In the Journal today: Kathleen Lowrey (Anthropology) on “flexibility,” “experiential learning” and other curricular matters

In the Edmonton Journal today:

Kathleen Lowrey (Anthropology) contributes to the debate on what the Social Studies curriculum for K-12 and our own should (and should not) involve. Or, as she puts it, “And now, a withering view of flexibility from one of our resident schoolmarms”:

http://edmontonjournal.com/opinion/columnists/opinion-old-school-learning-provides-firmness-in-a-disrupting-world

 

 

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