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Great Teachers Don't Teach

Great Teachers Don't Teach | Andragogy | Scoop.it
Blogger Ben Johnson outlines constructivist and experiential teaching techniques that go beyond direct instruction.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, October 6, 2017 2:23 PM
The objective is that good teachers create an environment where each student's learning can emerge. I don't think that means they don't teach. Gert Biesta uses John Dewey in his writing argues that teaching is relational. Having a strong grasp of content, being able to deliver it, caring for one's students, etc. each go into creating the environment where learning can emerge.
DEGERT Louis's curator insight, October 11, 2017 4:32 AM
Improving teacher's efficiency 
Margaret Annen's curator insight, October 22, 2017 5:03 PM
"Great Teachers Don't Teach" really sums it up with the idea that real teaching doesn't take place until the student does on their own.  This article relates to my project because I believe one way teachers can learn how to let go is for them to be in the same situation as they need to let their students be and that is be left to do.  The only issue perhaps is educators may go through and experience doing, but giving up the control is hard because day in and day out you have been doing the doing. I believe learning how to let go must be accomplished by learning how to let go.  Educators must plan a lesson and say include one or two steps of letting go.  Then they must build on it, so that day after day they themselves feel comfortable with letting go.  Managing a classroom of students who must do specific things on their own looks and feels different because the students are engaged to the point that they do not want to be interrupted rather they are feverishly and committed to learning.  
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A Professional Learning Teacher Toolkit

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Purposeful andragogy

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António Leça Domingues's curator insight, June 24, 2016 2:54 AM
Kit de desenvolvimento pessoal para professores.
David W. Deeds's curator insight, June 29, 2016 7:38 PM

Very useful! Thanks to Michel Verstrepen.      

Munira Mansoor's curator insight, March 20, 3:51 AM

This topic shows how to put professionalism in our Routine and get it accommodate in our work.

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Transformative Pedagogy

Based on Laurence Robert Cohen's Article in "New DIrections for Adult and Continuing Education" (No. 74 Summer 1997): "I Ain't So Smart and You Ain't So Dumb...
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Conceptualyze - Building Concept Maps for Transformative Learning

This summarizes my final project for the Learning, Design and Technology Master's Program (2012) at Stanford. The project explores the use of concept maps as...
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All About Andragogy: Adult Learning Theory

All About Andragogy: Adult Learning Theory | Andragogy | Scoop.it
Create a learning experience that fits your adult learners’ needs with the Adult Learning Theory or andragogy.

 

- Adults appreciate self-directed learning.


- Adults want to learn by experience.


- Adults want a reason for why they’re learning. 


- Adults learn best when the subject has immediate value.


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Gust MEES's curator insight, November 9, 2014 9:15 AM
Create a learning experience that fits your adult learners’ needs with the Adult Learning Theory or andragogy.


- Adults appreciate self-directed learning.


- Adults want to learn by experience.


- Adults want a reason for why they’re learning. 


- Adults learn best when the subject has immediate value.


Learn more:


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=andragogy


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Heutagogy


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9 Tips To Apply Adult Learning Theory to eLearning

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Apply Adult Learning Theory to eLearning. Applying Adult Learning Assumptions and Adult Learning Principles to eLearning. Apply Andragogy to eLearning!

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Ulrike Grabe's curator insight, August 20, 2014 8:04 AM

Assumption #1 (Self-Concept)
Create learning experiences that offer minimum instruction and maximum autonomy.

Assumption #2 (Adult Learner Experience)
Include a wide range of instructional design models and theories to appeal to varied experience levels and backgrounds.
Assumption #3 (Readiness to Learn)
Utilize social media and online collaboration tools to tie learning to social development.

Assumption #4 (Orientation to Learning)
Emphasize how the subject matter is going to solve problems that an adult learner regularly encounters.
Assumption #5 (Motivation to Learn)
There must be a valid reason behind every eLearning course, module or educational activity.


Principle of Andragogy#1
Adults must have a hand in the design and development of their learning experience.

Principle of Andragogy#2
Experience should be at the root of all eLearning tasks and activities.

Principle of Andragogy #3
Real life applications and benefits must be tied to the eLearning course.

Principle of Andragogy #4
Give adult learners the opportunity to absorb information, rather than memorizing it.

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Adult Learning Techniques - Part 5

Two final theories of adult learning are identified and analyzed: transformative learning and holistic learning. http://www.brainmass.com BrainMass. Real Hel...
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