How novelty can help boost student learning

Taking a new path in the classroom can improve student learning, particularly for students who are considered "novelty learners," writes veteran educator Charles Laurent. Novelty teaching and learning can include everything from sweeping changes, such as introducing a new curriculum, to smaller adjustments, such as rearranging desks. It also prompts individuals to rethink the way they are doing things, Laurent writes.

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