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At Deans for Impact, we’ve published a number of posts debunking common misconceptions about how our brains work. And we’ve also learned how to present our arguments more effectively in order to better persuade our readers about the myth of learning styles. So when I came across Stephen Brookfield’s article in the journal Adult Learning about the “myths and realities in facilitating adult learning,” I was more than intrigued.
If you’re a mentor teacher hosting a student teacher in your classroom, you might have questions about how to help those pre-service teachers get ready.
A few years ago, I spent of the better part of a school year sitting in the back of classrooms in 20 different high schools.
“You have no place in the classroom. You should leave the academy.”
That’s what an older, white professor said to my wife Liliana last week…