Wednesday, April 20, 2011


"Conventional wisdom holds that different people learn in different ways. Something is missing from that idea, however, so we offer a corollary: Different people, when presented with exactly the same information in exactly the same way, will learn different things. Most models of education and learning have almost no tolerance for this kind of thing. As a result, teaching tends to focus on eliminating the source of the problem: the student's imagination."

Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown, A New Culture of Learning, 2011, p79.

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