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Helping students increase self-regulation and self-directedness is one of the main goals in the New Learning Paradigm. Increased self-regulation in students is beneficial in many ways: it helps increase motivation, produces better outcomes, and generally makes for happier learners. Of course, as with any skill, it’s important to teach and support students in improving their […]

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There are many ways constructivist teaching methods have already been implemented in classrooms across the world. The ideas have certainly been incorporated into the new learning paradigm and are finding many supporters around the world. Of course, that doesn’t mean things are all rosy and we should follow the tenets of constructivism to a t. […]

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In the previous instalment to this post, we covered how adult brains differ from that of children’s, and how a declining brain plasticity can affect the learning experience adults have when trying to acquire a new language. But brain connections aren’t the only thing separating adult learners from children. And so, today, we’re taking a […]

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While it’s certainly possible to acquire a new language at any age, it will come as no surprise that there are certain changes that happen both in the brain and in the person that make adult language learners different from their child counterparts. From changing brain plasticity to developing a stronger sense of “self”, these […]

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