Nov 01 2005

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pedagogías que matan el cerebro

“… our assumption that students are brain-dead leads to pedagogies that deaden their brains. When we teach by dripping information into their passive forms, students who arrive in the classroom alive and well become passive consumers of knowledge and are dead on departure when they graduate…. we rarely consider that students may die in the classroom because we use methods that assume they are dead.” Parker Palmer, The Courage to Teach

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  1. Carmen V. Marty

    Me interesa leer completo “The courege to teach” de Parker Palmer. Como lo encuentro. Pedagogías que matan el celebro. Puede estar relacionado con lo que voy a investigar.:lol:

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