It occurred to me that my traditional teaching experience this far has conditioned me to over-prep students before assignments are due. In my head, that's because I want them to succeed in assignments and to not waste time in redoing. In the LM, the opposite assumption is true. We want them to "think they're done;" reflect on the process of the assignment; and then do it again with deeper context and reflection. It's a lesson on continual learning that I need to take heed of!
Assignments are never done
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