May 6, 2012 by Scott McLeod 13 Comments
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Here are five great slides that I found recently in the Great Quotes About Learning and Change Flickr pool. Which one’s your favorite?
The Illusion of Lecture
Good vs Good Enough
The REAL Pedagogical Problem
As a social studies curriculum coach, the first one is my favorite.
I like the the Gary Stager “Master Learner” slide the best!
“Good vs Good Enough” is so true.
If you want to be an authentic learner, you should be apprenticing with a master teacher.
“Master Learner” for the win! 😉
I LOVE all the quotes but can we just maybe revive the quaint little practice of actually citing where they come from? I mean we’re more careful to cite that the pics are from flickr than we are to actually say where the saying came from.
Thanks for the reminder to always cite appropriately, Mark! I link back to each original slide, which hopefully gives proper attribution for both the image and the quote from which it’s derived.
At first, I opt for Good vs Good Enough cos that’s a bull’s eye in education. Then I came across the REAL Pedagogical Problem – and that sums it all for me!
Many teachers make “Practice makes Perfect” their mantra, but forget that “Perfect Practice makes Perfect”. I enjoyed the quotes.
I can’t pick a favorite although the pedagogy one speaks to my current emphasis on TPACK http://www.tpack.org/. Do we have permission to use and share these, with attribution of course?
I believe each of these has a Creative Commons license. Click on the link below each slide to see the copyright permissions for that individual slide…
One quote that I find not realistic is the second one. A master learner means he is still learning. If so, how someone who is still learning can benefit another learner. Really don’t understand that quote.
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