From principles to practices
After describing a situation where learning and the “learner” seem “blocked”, Bill explores the creative ways teachers address situations like this. Together, Bill and Paul discuss the multiple issues that arise when learning new/different knowledge, skills and dispositions (habits) and using them in daily work. Their conversation explores traps that commonly occur and an overview of ways to start
Professor of Learning and Director of the Centre for Real World Learning, Winchester University, UK
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