‘To spoon feed is not to nurture’

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*This Times Higher Education piece is on a topic that many of you have raised in discussion…  though it only just touches on the range of issues relating, it’s worth picking up on.

[Following up the reference in the article to a conference at Nottingham Trent University (which has already happened) titled ‘Learning How to Learn in Higher Education‘, I came then upon an organisation I hadn’t been aware of:  The Action Learning, Action Research Association.  Looks promising…]

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