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November 15, 2011

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Ellen Wagner

The pedagogical and theoretical discussions seem quite strong at AECT. I really appreciated that. Theoretical discussion need to be rooted in the deep knowledge that come from theoretical experts. The places where I think we have the greatest room for improvements come from making information more accessible, so that the theoretical discussion have a stronger action agenda. And where effective practice guidelines reference resources upon which they are based so evidence better supports the practice. Or eventually, so we get members of the extended ID community who can speak to senior decision-makers in their own language.

thnx for jumping in

Mcleanhely

Hi Ellen, Great PPT deck -- it makes a lot of sense even without hearing it from you. I'm glad to see there is still some place for the ID who loves learning theory! Any recommendations for the person who loves the pedagogy, learning part? Thanks for sharing!

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