My Account

Beginners 101: How to confront and overcome the discomfort of starting something new

This article was published in:

Share:

Beginning something new and confronting new circumstances requires us to bear the discomfort of being a beginner. It necessitates experiential learning—any learning that happens when we intentionally consider our experience to be a source for a potential lesson. Research insights into how students learn through experience can benefit anyone who is facing the discomfort of new learning.
To access this post, you must have an active subscription to the magazine with digital option. Click here to know more! or log in.

ABOUT ENGAGED LEARNING MAGAZINE

The professional magazine for teaching in the digital age!

EngagED Learning magazine is made for teachers, pedagogical consultants and school leaders. There are 3 new issues per year, available in both print and digital format. You can subscribe for yourself or take advantage of our school license!

Welcome Back!

Login if you are subscribed to one of our services to access exclusive member content!