Punk Learning at #TLAB13

Posted: March 17, 2013 in Punk Learning

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  1. […] One of the things that struck me about the class I visited was the way in which their questions relating to various current topics were on permanent display around the classroom (in fact, the use of display was something else I changed as a result of my visit). The classroom was driven by their questions, rather than those imposed on them (much like Tait Coles had been mentioning in his excellent session on Punk Learning) […]

  2. […] TLAB 2013 & Tait Coles […]

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