Tuesday, October 10, 2017
The Pulse on Study Conduct by Elizabeth Weeks-Rowe
There is no better learning opportunity than to observe an experienced individual correctly complete a process that you are trying to understand/implement outside of a classroom in a real-world environment. It lends depth to the sometimes-lifeless instruction of written curriculum. The demonstration tames the daunting unknown, creating confidence in an ability where there may have been none. It shows diversity of technique and timing, and expands that which is preconceived about an untried task.