Chapter 13 From instructor to educator
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Norris Krueger brings pedagogy to life in this insightful chapter. Importantly, Krueger demonstrates his interest is equally applied to both inputs and outputs, that is, learning aims, activities and assessment of the desired learning. The breadth of Krueger’s experiences cannot be captured here, but his powerful advocating for problem-based learning is both logical and compelling. Krueger offers a preview of the influence of the cognitive sciences in EE, and the deeper level of strategising it will entail. Krueger speaks of two changes coming to EE, increased excellence in teaching and greater integration of neuroscience to guide our pedagogical practice. Overall, Krueger expresses considerable optimism for the direction of change in EE, much of it driven by his very own efforts.

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