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June 17, 2011

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This is extremely interesting indeed! I'm thinking that priming (and preparing/prestudy) is in someways equally important as the course itself. In a matter of "remember to do it" I mean. Without the course nothing happens obviously... But this should be a natural task to complete when creating the training itself.

Henke, agreed that priming may be in many ways more important than some of the course itself. Certainly, I begin to believe that what we do to prime learners on a regular basis also becomes very important. I'm feeling like I need to look in a more deliberate way at how I'm working with learners to do this priming task more regularly. Thanks for the great comment!

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