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By Iain Henderson
If there were a competition to find a concept most consistently misunderstood or misrepresented in education, independent learning would have a good chance of a gold medal.Â Until recently, coaching might well have beaten it.
So what do we mean by independent learning?Â
Firstly, it is far, far wider than just learning. Read More
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