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... and strategize on how to use their questions. In the process, they develop divergent, convergent and metacognitive thinking abilities.”
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... learners to be self directed in their learning ; (2) to foster transformational learning as central to SDL; (3) to promote emancipatory learning and ...
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Moving students through divergent and convergent thinking, individually and in what the d.School calls the “radical collaboration” mindset, is part of what ...
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Figure 1. TIEL curriculum design wheel.
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Structural dimensions underlying the process of experiential learning (Kolb, 1984, p. 42).
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Many of us head into the school year, determined to begin anew or recommit to habits that we know equip us better for learning and instruction.
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... teacher–child relationships and classroom interactions to teacher-reported engagement in learning in first grade. Coefficients are standardized.