Moving from Facilitation to Constructive Partnerships

Recently The Journal featured an interesting article on how schools can use technology to change relationships with students.

The article The Changing Role of Instructors Moving from Facilitation to Constructive Partnerships looks at:

  • Guides and Coaches and the Art of Facilitation
  • Learning Partners
  • The Importance of Democratizing the Process
  • Learning as a Process–not a Product

The article states that with technology enabling students to author and publish a wide variety of digital materials and products, students and teachers are becoming collaborators and partners in learning. What are your thoughts?

2 thoughts on “Moving from Facilitation to Constructive Partnerships

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  2. Love, the article+ideas presented ,BUT very frustrating if technology is not up to speed. and students get frustrated when it takes them 10-15mins to log on . Also very frustrating if you have great ideas, but then cannot book your classes into a computer room to access computers. Sorry, very negative at present as nothing working at school as we revamp our system in preparation for the Ultranet !!

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