22/03/2015 — Dick van der Wateren
Engagement: Just because they’re busy, doesn’t mean they’re learning anything.
An intriguing study with some counterintuitive conclusions. Surely, most of us will be happy when their class is engaged and busy, and be convinced that the students are learning. Not so, says Graham Nuthall, in his book ‘The Hidden Lives of Learners,’ (2007).
Thanks to Pedro Debruyckere, who reblogged this on his blog From experience to meaning …