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What Will We Remember: Cognition, Communication, and Emotion as Foundations of Lifelong Learning

Authors Katzenstein, Gary
Issue Date 2001-2002
Source Proceedings of the first teaching and learning symposium, Hong Kong (Dec 12, 2001), Senate Committee on Teaching and Learning Quality, and Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching, HKUST, , 2001, p. 59-62
Summary When I think about teaching, I ask myself: “What will students take away from my class that they will remember and use a year from now, five years from now, 20 years from now?” To answer this question and help my students develop intellectually, professionally, and personally for the long term, I design courses that help students think—not memorize, communicate cogently—not list information, and become emotionally connected—not passively receive. Because, after all, education is not just passing test after test, only to find that one’s knowledge is gone a few short months after the last exam.
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