The Learning Renaissance

Why Cassrooms Still Look the Same | Life-Changing Learning

More thoughts on why change in the classroom is so difficult to achieve…

…if something different is implemented, such as an innovative approach to learning (i.e. networked learning) there will be significant resistance (known as push-back factors) to the change (the catalyst), basically attempts to revert back to the way things were before…

Read the full blog post here: Why classrooms still look the same | Life-Changing Learning


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