Edev_502 response wk8_8

A quick question. You wrote:

In Chile, there is a historical tendency to teach as transmitting knowledge. However, younger teachers try to incorporate more of student-centred methodologies as well as technology to the learning experiences of learners enthusiastically.

The first statement mirrors the situation in Japan very much. The second less so, but do you think that educators need to wait a generation or two? Max Plank famously said that “Science progresses one funeral at a time”.

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Scot living in north Japan teaching at a national university.
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