Manu Kapur developed the concept of “Productive Failure.” In the second part of BOLD’s interview, he talks about tacit and explicit knowledge and points out that technology will eventually be the primary means of conveying the latter, but not the former. He explains why standardized tests don’t prepare learners for real life and he presents a positive example of an education policy intervention.
Low-Tech Active Learning Classroom: A Good Fit for Your College?
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Open Educational Resources (OER)
at Dawson College
During the next four months, Dawson will be a partner of Vitrine technologie-éducation (VTÉ) for a feasibility study in the context of the 2017-18 Entente Canada Québec grant awarded by the MEES to the VTÉ for the Open textbook project.