Learning Architecture, The Learning Leader, Curriculum Strategy, Learner Agency
- A learner’s ability to articulate their own learning struggle is a skill worth developing
- A learning leader’s ability to facilitate the discussion to articulate specific learning obstacles is essential
- Specificity about “the problem” mitigates the risk of a “poor solution” being implemented
The article presents a case example of insights from a student, then describes three observations about education/learning systems:
- Consider Content Complexity vs Pace of Change
- Be precise about assessing the defining the specific gap between expected performance and current performance
- Differentiate problems "learning" from problems with the "learning solution"
- Analyze the learning system (diagram included)
The article closes with two questions to assess established, mature, paradigms in learning systems.
Busby, R. ,I LEARNED FROM A STRUGGLING STUDENT, AND YOU CAN TOO. www.broadskilling.com. January 3, 2022