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Learning By Teaching

Visualization of "Learning By Teaching" for the LDLMOOC

Peter Ringeisen

on 14 May 2014

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Learning By Teaching
What is it?
... and - what is it not?
NOT Learning By Teaching: The lesson is taught by an ass,
the assistant teacher is in charge of corporal punishment,
pupils are either bored ... or busy with mindless repetition.
«Ceci n'est pas une bonne leçon.»
The teacher is like a faceless high priest, his
authority is based on the lion's presence, the
content of the lesson seems to be kept in a
shrine-like sanctuary, the pupils are wearing
masks of subservience.
Look at the
they possess.
to master this
piece of music,
they are trying
Not "Learning
By Teaching"
yet, but getting
One of the rare YouTube video documentaries showing "Learning By Teaching" in action with English commentary and subtitles.
Blog and Wikipedia resources by Jean-Pol Martin, the French professor of didactics who developed "Learning By Teaching" in Bavaria, Germany:


Maybe you want to join the MOOC on LdL, as it is called in German ("Lernen durch Lehren", Learning by Teaching):

And finally, some very useful links:
Here's an excellent infographic by Laura Gabbiano:
What is Learning by Teaching about (German)?
With gratitude, I acknowledge the artwork of
Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1525-1569):
"The Ass in the School" (1556)
René Magritte (1898-1967):
"Le Domaine Enchanté VII/VIII" (1953)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919):
"Jeunes filles au piano" (1892)
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