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Stephen Downes

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We're told "Yval Koch talks about the moment she realised that her learning process didn't apply to all learners, which motivated her to reflect on how to create inclusive learning environments." Though I'm generally supportive of this belief, as I read it today my mind rehearsed the objections. First, because learning is a procress of creating connections between neurons, we actually do all learn in the same way. Second, it may be true that people state that they learn differently from others, but many people may learn in the wrong way. 'How I learn isn't how you learn' is one of those statements that can be true and false at the same time, wight and wrong at the same time.

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