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What kind of a student are you producing?

My group and I were discussing some reading from our contemporary pedagogy class. We had read a chapter on Wiemer on the role of a teacher, Michael Wesch’s article on anti-teaching, and his video on rethinking education – so you can imagine the dialogue we were having. I confessed to my group that I had […] Continue reading

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