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One of my favorite "no shit" findings of 2013 came from some Coursera research which showed that "The more students interacted with others on the forum page, the better they learned" so course designers might want to build in interaction into their courses.

Imagine that. Students interacting with each other might actually improve learning.



I hadn't seen that one Clint - pure gold. I'm so glad these hot-shots are there to tell us where we've been going wrong all these years.


The Age of the Entrepreneur. And all the utter bollocks that comes with it. Sorry, I mean "b****cks". :)

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