How I Drive Learning with Cultivated Ignorance, Curiosity and Technology
Susan M. Bearden withRemi Holden
In this segment, our guest outlines the benefits of cultivating ignorance and curiosity in our students and ourselves.
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December 8, 2015 EdTechCHAT
Remi Holden is an Assistant Professor of Information and Learning Technologies at the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Education and Human Development. Remi plays at the intersection of the learning sciences and teacher education, where he designs novel environments and experiences for educators across multiple settings, practices, and disciplines. Susan M. Bearden is the Director of Information Technology at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy in Melbourne.
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