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Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Conceptual heavy lifting ...

Whether you are teacher, lecturer or a student we are all lifelong learners.

scrap grabAs the new academic year starts in the Northern hemisphere, students will have new concepts to learn. They must also integrate these concepts with previous learning and experiences. Remember that while concepts are:

floaty, airy, light, abstract

collect enough of them and they become weighty and a confused delight of several degrees of significance.

Then health and safety dictates three things:

1. No heavy lifting
2. Do not omit vital concepts
3. Those concepts you do have - weigh them - carefully.

So, how do you manage your conceptual loads?

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Scrap grab http://www.lifting-world.co.uk/equipment.htm

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