Laura Zucca Scott Summary

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I would have to agree with Laura Zucca-Scott on this topic. With humanistic learning, the student or pupil are the center of the learning. Students determine the learning materials as well as the quantity of learning. There is a direct focus on problem solving skills. Therefore, this focus fosters high order thinking skills, and a deeper learning from both personal and new experiences. In addition, this type of learning focuses on the “why” and the Socratic (discussion) method that allows students to express themselves and glean new learning from their peers. All students learn differently and at a different rate; therefore, a “cookie cutter” framework is not an effective way to educate students. Educators need to reflect upon their teaching
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