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    monika hardy Oct 30, 2010

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            Untitled document - Google Docs

            response to deans and karl's
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            monika hardy on Oct 30, 2010

            we're thinking the only skill learners need today is how to learn. knowing what to do when they don't know what to do.we're thinking if we focus on and master the process, the topic doesn't matter. so personalization can happen - choice can happen - learning can be per passion. this creates the perfect setting for Coyle's deep practice. changing passion later is fine because the process has become 2nd nature. self-construction, self-automation, but most important, ongoing hunger for learning results.the benefits:we can prune out what a learner doesn't need - making learning more humane, andwe can amp what he/she does need - making the learner more remarkable.we're attempting to experiment and explain it all here:http://redefineschool.wordpress.com/

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            Dean Shareski: Personalization vs. Standardization: It's Tough To Do Both

            dean on huffington
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            monika hardy on Oct 30, 2010