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In problem-based learning, the teacher is more effective serving as a facilitator rather than as a provider of solutions.
“We only think when confronted with a problem,” said American philosopher and educator John Dewey.
The brain loves to learn, but it doesn’t respond well to being fed information, according to Dr. Judy Willis.
According to Dr. Judy Willis, the best way for information to become knowledge is for children to construct that knowledge.
“When you consider 80% of what a teacher does is ask questions..."
The great thing about questions is how they spark curiosity...
The rote memorization approach to learning vocabulary is giving way to new methods...
“Too often flipped learning is defined simply as video at home and homework at school,”...
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