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Changing pedagogy for modern learners – lessons from an educator’s journey of self-reflection

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This paper describes the progressive development of some of the author's current attitudes, beliefs and methods in education, specifically how the modern learner differs from the learner imagined in traditional teaching models. It further explores some ideas and real world attempts to better serve the needs of the modern learner by emphasizing process rather than content.


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