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David Morse’s ideas in his book, Triad Education, identify three modes of learning: dependent, interdependent, and independent.
Who gets to decide what is to be learned, how is it to be learned, and how is it to be assessed? The authority figure? The learner?
Both in a negotiation? This powerful picture has great implications for our ability to sustain a democratic form of government.
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Learning and Assessment Lab Total Time: 1 hr
NEGOTIATING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Participants: Small groups (3-4 people) Materials:
sheets of paper, colored pencils/pens/pastels
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