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Learning from our communities and each other in hybrid courses

So many of the common pitfalls are tied together. Understanding and fostering students learning from one another is a method of also avoiding the “sage on the stage” problem. I generally teach health systems classes. Each student comes to class … Continue reading

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Recognizing that students learn from each other

I would like to comment on Pitfall #5 – Ignore the way students learn from each other. I plan to avoid this pitfall by stepping back and allowing conversations to progress to without intervention, up to a point. I publish … Continue reading

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Potential pitfalls – Collaborative learning

A couple of caveats on top – I have a very hard time writing about learning concisely. I don’t have a computer right now and I am writing this on a tablet. So far, in my experience, WordPress on a … Continue reading

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