Gone are the days when you would have to attend those boring classes and spend hours listening to the teacher lecturing about abstract scientific concepts that are more perplexing than illuminating.
I said perplexing because they lack a very important learning principle that make them unlearnable: they do not connect to the ' embodied experiences ' of the learners and what James Paul Gee meant by this principle is that for learning to be effective it needs to connect to the learners life, experiences, and environment.
===> When learners are able to make such connections their comprehension improves and becomes more solid. <===
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