Mark Brown

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Education is a process and we must be careful not to hide the process of resource creation, as this might be equally or more important than the end product or outcome. Through creating learning resources we think more deeply about what it is that we want to achieve and reflect on our educational philosophy. The lesson is to avoid the trap of teacher proofing through an emphasis on learning resources per se, as what's just as important is how teachers decide to use (or not use) the resources they have available.