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Questions…?

I read an article by Michael Wesch (this guy is a guru of a teacher) called “ANTI-TEACHING: CONFRONTING THE CRISIS OF SIGNIFICANCE”. The article is chalk full of great stuff. He details a new perspective on teaching that challenges the traditional methods, hence “anti-teaching”. But what really stood out to me was the bit about […] Continue reading

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