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Finding Signs of Progress when Learning is Slow (in Faculty Focus)

Slow learning is learning that happens gradually, where understanding deepens slowly and skills advance but without immediate noticeable change. But mastery of the intellectual skills we aspire to teach—critical thinking, problem solving, writing, the ability to work productively with others—happens slowly. This article highlights the importance of persistence in the learning process and of encouraging students to continue to invest their time in achieving their learning goals. Read the entire article on the importance of slow learning.

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