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Robin Good's insight:
To help others learn something they are interested in, one of the most effective approaches is one of providing suggestions, start-off points, tips on resources and playgrounds where the learner can jump into to build his own personalized learning journey.
"One of the major stumbling blocks with our education clients is that they perceive games as yet another thing that they have to get their heads around to teach in class.
We have tried to address this by asking them to modify this approach in class from being an expert to being a facilitator.
In today’s connected classrooms, students have access to all the world’s content. Standing up in the front of the classroom and talking is not a relevant teaching method anymore.
Educators need to facilitate not teach; and curation is an important skill to enable facilitation."
Rightful. Insightful. Inspiring. 8/10
More info about the author and his company: http://www.yellowsequoia.com/about/
P.S.: I wish the author had published a link to the original discussion on LinkedIN which inspired his post.
On this topic check also my article: http://www.masternewmedia.org/curation-for-education-and-learning/