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Monday, January 18, 2010

Finds: On Being Less Helpful to Support Learning

In this hour-long (and worth the time!) video, Dan Meyer presents to teachers on how to help students develop problem-solving skills by being less immediately and directly helpful and, instead, guiding them through their own critical thinking and helping them be comfortable with ambiguity.


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I found this presentation on the Usable Learning Blog:

Computers are dumb – make smarter e-Learning

That takes these concepts and applies them to the elearning context.

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