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Posted by: Anonymous on the 04/10/2012
great presentation. I was encouraged to hear someone verbalise the same questions I have had about enquiry learning. loved the clips at the beginning and the end. Thankyou.
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Posted by: Anonymous on the 04/10/2012
great presentation. I was encouraged to hear someone verbalise the same questions I have had about enquiry learning. loved the clips at the beginning and the end. Thankyou.
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Speaker: Lane Clark

Lane Clark has a well-earned reputation as an expert in powerful pedagogy and in the design and delivery of engaging curriculum. Her keynote at the 2010 ULearn conference explored the processes of learning while taking a light hearted look at some of the current practices within many of our schools. Lane believes that in the future how we educate will be more important than what we educate about, and that we need to work with students on how to learn, how to think, and the relationship between the two.

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Date added: 3 Mar 2011
Duration: 68:17

Real Learning; It's bigger than inquiry

Lane Clark has a well-earned reputation as an expert in powerful pedagogy and in the design and delivery of engaging curriculum. Her keynote at the 2010 ULearn conference explored the processes of learning while taking a light hearted look at some of the current practices within many of our schools. Lane believes that in the future how we educate will be more important than what we educate about, and that we need to work with students on how to learn, how to think, and the relationship between the two.

Views 18,402 Date added: 29/09/2012

Real Learning; It's bigger than inquiry

Date added: 29/09/2012

Real Learning; It's bigger than inquiry

Lane Clark has a well-earned reputation as an expert in powerful pedagogy and in the design and delivery of engaging curriculum. Her keynote at the 2010 ULearn conference explored the processes of learning while taking a light hearted look at some of the current practices within many of our schools. Lane believes that in the future how we educate will be more important than what we educate about, and that we need to work with students on how to learn, how to think, and the relationship between the two.

Views 18,402 Date added: 29/09/2012

Real Learning; It's bigger than inquiry

Date added: 29/09/2012
Posted by: Anonymous on the 04/10/2012
great presentation. I was encouraged to hear someone verbalise the same questions I have had about enquiry learning. loved the clips at the beginning and the end. Thankyou.
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