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The Expert Within
Roles for educators are changing. There’s no doubt about that. The shifts are dramatic and many teachers, professors, instructors, course developers or content providers find it hard to find their way or share their voice. If you don’t understand your … Continue reading
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Am I an Expert?
It was an epiphany moment! It was a question I didn’t know how to answer! It revealed my inner uncertainties! Really, am I an expert? Can any teacher claim to be an expert? Expert, by definition is “having or showing … Continue reading
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We are not algorithms!
Last time I checked, I teach in a decidedly human way. And my students are spectacularly human in their reactions to my teaching. Their learning is uniquely their own in a very human process. Together, this combination of student+teacher is … Continue reading
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