Teaching and learning is a journey, not an event. A single class, lecture, or homework assignment is insufficient to achieving the outcomes teachers desire. Effective teaching is a journey-- a series of things that happen in a relatively structured manner (sounds a lot like a process) to achieve outcomes over time. There is a structured set of experiences teachers guide students through to achieve the outcomes they want. Teachers have a plan, usually starting in September, culminating in June to achieve specific goals. Lesson plans, curriculums, classroom experiences, homework, learning from peers, self learning are all elements executed in a structured manner through the school year that enable the teacher to achieve the outcomes they want.





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Written by HeatherStone
3697 days ago

Hi Dave,

I think the idea that customers must be educated over time about your product or service is a great one, and it's something big brands like Apple and Google figured out a long time ago. Yes, there are the big events unveiling the latest tablet or Google feature, but the focus is on an overall experience. It's an experience these brands manage to have with their customers almost every day.



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