Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Teaching is dead, long live learning

It was for the AusTAFE 2005 conference I first uttered those words, along with a list of other provocative statements from the co presenters. Now, over a year later, I have the chance to say them again and back'm up with a bit more content specific to the statement. I plan to say them at Education Au's Global Summit:

Teaching is Dead, long live learning. Your comments, warnings, heads up and suggestions would be very much appreciated in the page's discussion forum of course.

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stevenparker said...

Nice posts Leigh and like the way your wikisapce for the globalsummit looks, will read later

alexanderhayes said...

Shouldnt that read "Teaching is Dead: Long Live Learning"


mack said...

This is fascinating.
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