Are we engaging learners or producing students?
Young people in college have a unique perspective about learning. They’ve been in education for most of their lives and they know how school works. They are experts at maneuvering the system. As I write this it occurs to me that if K-12 school districts want to know how to improve learning, they should ask for and listen to reflections of their high school Seniors. Their experiences with learning are valuable for administrators that have potential to affect learning for future learners in their district. A conversation like the one I’m describing below would go a long way to help school leaders to guide learning.
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