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Learning What to Ignore

The acceptance of reason with uncertainty can help learners successfully manage their occupations and lives during the accelerations prominent in the 21st century. As William Ayers states: ""Pritscher tilts his lance at the petrified orthodoxy we call teaching and learning, inviting us on a wild journey into the heart of education."" The book elaborates on David Geoffrey Smith's question: ""Why does so much educational 'research' today seem so unenlightening, repetitive and incapable of moving beyond itself? The answer must be because it is 'paradigmatically stuck', and cannot see beyond the p.

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  • "The acceptance of reason with uncertainty can help learners successfully manage their occupations and lives during the accelerations prominent in the 21st century. As William Ayers states: ""Pritscher tilts his lance at the petrified orthodoxy we call teaching and learning, inviting us on a wild journey into the heart of education."" The book elaborates on David Geoffrey Smith's question: ""Why does so much educational 'research' today seem so unenlightening, repetitive and incapable of moving beyond itself? The answer must be because it is 'paradigmatically stuck', and cannot see beyond the p."@en

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  • "Learning What to Ignore"@en
  • "Learning What to Ignore"
  • "Learning what to ignore : connecting multidiscipline content and process"@en
  • "Learning what to ignore connecting multidiscipline content and process"
  • "Learning what to ignore. Connecting multidiscipline content and process"@en
  • "Learning What to Ignore Connecting Multidiscipline Content and Process"@en
  • "Learning What to Ignore Connecting Multidiscipline Content and Process"