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  • Designing for Learning: Pearson’s Learning Design Principles

    by David Porcaro

    Illustration of a path to learning. Credit Lauren Rolwing

    As I write this blogpost, I occasionally stare out my window to the Rocky Mountains looming above me. It’s amazing to think that these 4200m/14,000 ft mountains were formed by a series of small tremors and occasional larger seismic movements. Likewise, the tectonic plates of education are shifting, and seismic ripples are apparent globally.

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  • Designing for Learning: Pearson’s Learning Design Principles

    by David Porcaro

    Illustration of a path to learning. Credit Lauren Rolwing

    As I write this blogpost, I occasionally stare out my window to the Rocky Mountains looming above me. It’s amazing to think that these 4200m/14,000 ft mountains were formed by a series of small tremors and occasional larger seismic movements. Likewise, the tectonic plates of education are shifting, and seismic ripples are apparent globally.

    read more
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