The Connected Educator – Book Summary

Three Ways to Construct Knowledge

  • We can construct knowledge by passively receiving it, by actively trying things out to see what works, or by reflecting on our passive and active efforts. Change requires all three types and a connected learning community is the place for achieving all three. To collectively advance and transform a school, teachers need to become co-learners with the students. That begins when teachers see themselves as learners first. Understanding how we learn effects how we design learning experiences. This can allow us to place power into the learner’s hands. At the end of this chapter you get to share your ideas on what you need to unlearn using Wallwisher.
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