Learning in the classroom or online is not about just listening or reading and regurgitating exact answers. When courses consist mainly of lecturing to learners we are failing to provide students the tools they need to thrive in a constantly changing world. Learning in the “real world” is about creating and sharing what you created with others. That’s the essence of life.
Carl Gustav said Jung , “You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do.” If you are a teacher, then you must teach. If you are a singer then you must sing. If you are a writer, then you must write. Do what you are purposed to do and God will send the student, the audience, the outlet. But when you stop the pursuit, failure is inevitable.
How are you helping your students to do what they do, not what they say they will do?