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Right now there is plenty of debate about the way schools are conducting education. Delivery of the curriculum - and specifically the knowledge versus skills debate - is constantly at the centre of this discourse.

The argument is not about whether facts or skills are more important. Children need to learn a certain amount of facts and they also need to develop their skills. The real battle is actually an ideological dialectic on how learning is changing in the digital age.


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Matt Clarke's insight:

I agree.

 

Student outcomes matter most & as educators we must strive for the middle bubble!


My focus is on helping healthcare learners absorb the facts and master the cognitive skills required to perform clinical procedures - in one digital location accessible by teachers & students 24/7.


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Rescooped by Matt Clarke from Learning Happens Everywhere!
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Knowing and doing

Knowing and doing | eLearning | Scoop.it

Right now there is plenty of debate about the way schools are conducting education. Delivery of the curriculum - and specifically the knowledge versus skills debate - is constantly at the centre of this discourse.

The argument is not about whether facts or skills are more important. Children need to learn a certain amount of facts and they also need to develop their skills. The real battle is actually an ideological dialectic on how learning is changing in the digital age.


Via Edumorfosis, juandoming, Aki Puustinen, miracletrain 夢想驛站
Matt Clarke's insight:

I agree.

 

Student outcomes matter most & as educators we must strive for the middle bubble!


My focus is on helping healthcare learners absorb the facts and master the cognitive skills required to perform clinical procedures - in one digital location accessible by teachers & students 24/7.


more...
Gilbert C FAURE's curator insight, May 15, 2014 6:30 AM

apply it to scoop.it usage for teaching and learning