Online Learning 2.0: The Most Important Thing that We Are Not Teaching Our Students

The most important lesson we can teach our students is that college is just part of their lifelong learning journey, and most of their intellectual growth will happen after college. This means forming a “personal learning environment” (PLE) that will preserve, organize, and harness the most important information they encounter from a variety of sources so that they can use it to grow just like the great Renaissance thinkers did.

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