When it comes to learning , you can have the most powerful, relevant, and well designed lesson delivered by the highest caliber teacher, but unless your student is in the right frame of mind, the lesson will fail.
So what is that frame of mind? I am sure there are a number of definitions, but I call it "learn mode."Learn mode is when a student is open to what it is that you intend to teach them. It's as simple as that.
The reality is "learn mode" isn't always present. The teacher has to create the conditions that will get the student into "learn mode." The teacher has to build the need.
So, Education Innovation asks...how are you doing that? How are you building the need for "Learn Mode?"