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Start with What the Student Knows or with What the Student Can Imagine?

Abstract

This piece questions a widely held belief that "new information, to be best understood, must be attached to knowledge the student already has." Egan suggests that we rethink this principle and instead consider "asking what the student can imagine" as a starting point for student inquiry. This short article challenges widely held beliefs and is an interesting read.

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