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Saturday, December 02, 2006

Intuitive filters

If students are to learn to be intuitive filters, then it happens when they spend time not just learning history, but learning what historians do. Not just learning science, but learning what scientists do. Then learning becomes a human experience, drawing on human curiosity, human communication, human resourcefulness — not just brute memorization.

Great quote from David Warlick from his post on Is All Information Knowledge?

Read the full posting for his statement and argument for one literacy:

(skills involved in using information to accomplish goals), rather than lots of literacies (reading, information literacy, digital literacy, computer literacy, blah blah blah),


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