Re: What needs to change in academia?
Support, instruct teachers how to teach students to start any and all processes at a true beginning, at anytime and continuously. As well as how connections between people exist, not in theory, but in actuality.
Establish guidance's which re-connect those who are responsible to teach; with what it was like to be the student. It's interesting how far and well we can divorce our selves from prior experience and selectively.
Create the benefit of interactive assessment between teacher and student, in a continuous, essential part of the learning process.
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