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Date: 2017-08-08 06:28 pm (UTC)
liv: Cartoon of a smiling woman with a long plait, teaching about p53 (teacher)
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Mm. I think more advanced students are more self-selected and all want to learn and have a higher level of starting competence. But also, they're more mature and have more experience of life in general and of working sensibly with other people – it's hard to completely disentangle those factors, I think. More advanced students are easier to teach too, a lot of the time.

I have some ideas for how to make things work in mixed groups. Partly if the teaching is good and the task is actually meaningful and interesting, you're less likely to have students who are miserable and don't want to take part.
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