Student-centred learning


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Categories: Web 2.0 in teaching

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  2. Very useful reading. I am currently learning how to use blogs for educational purposes in a classroom. Thanks!

  3. I also teach cultural studies using The Breakfast Club, partly because it is one of my all time favourites and also because of the diversity of the characters and interactions as well.

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