The Importance of Dissenting Views in Collaborative Learning
Danielle Myburgh, Rebekah Nathan
In this episode, we talk about why dissenting views and devil’s advocates are so important to our learning and growth.
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October 6, 2015 Connected Educators
Rebekah Nathan is a New Zealand teacher who loves empowering students to be in engaged and innovative learners, and active members of their community. When she’ not teaching she’s working on a pile of unfinished art projects, cooking vegetarian food or exploring Wellington. Danielle Myburgh is #edchatNZ host and founder, maths and science teacher, e-learning specialist classroom teacher, masters in education student and overall learning junkie. Blog: www.MissDtheTeacher.blogspot.com.
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