Tuesday, September 15, 2009


In the article, “What is 21st Century Learning?” by David Warlick I agree with him that the main points in learning are questioning, engaging, proving, constructing, and teaching others because they are all needed to learn in the best and fastest way. These all go in chronological order as well; first you question and begin to understand. Then you engage by doing homework or taking notes. After that you prove what you learned by checking your notes or other resources. Construction by adding on your own knowledge to what you have already learned. Finally you help others and they can help you figure how you came to conclusion or what you learned. Questioning, engaging, proving, construction, and teaching others are the most efficient ways to learn in this century.

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