Just-In-Time Learning

Charles Munat, Arund the Corner, Sept 07, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Most readers will be familiar with the distinction, but if not, you may want to look at Charles Munat's new blog to read this post on just-in-time learning and just-in-case learning - JITL and JICL, or “jittle” and “jickle.” It forms one of the core arguments against traditional learning: "The problem is that most of what students “learn” with JICL they never need, and so it sits there in their brains rusting away: a waste of time, energy, and money."

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