I have noticed that a lot of teachers have a strong belief in constructivism which I do not share. Please, let me explain. As I understand it, constructivism holds that it is proven there are hard limits to human understanding and learning, limits within which we have to work. These limits are, it seems, … Continue reading I am not a Constructivist.
Learning is not being taught; it is not the simple transfer of knowledge from a teacher to a pupil. It is certainly not doing hard and boring homework set by the teacher. Learning begins when your brain does what it does best for a living: noticing, observing and remembering what interests you. It goes on … Continue reading What is learning?
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If you want to make something, spread some news, sell something or buy something, get a machine to do it for you. If you want to develop yourself, get another human being to encourage you. A human language-coach can do far more for you than any robot can.