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Before and After Learning

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Before and After Learning

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Sometimes it isn’t all that easy to see that you’ve learned something or are in the process of doing so. I have sat with many students, handed them something written early in the course and asked them to look it in light of something they’ve just completed. “Do you think your writing has improved?” Invariably they’d shrug a response, “I don’t know.” I look and see improvement in almost every sentence.

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