Three pillars of modern learning

In the past few years, we've all heard a lot of references to "modern learning," a term which can be difficult to pin down, depending on several factors, including what we define as "modern."

You could argue that "modern" refers to any current learning practices, just by the nature of them occurring in the present or relatively immediate past. Or, the term could be explained as "involving recent techniques, methods, or ideas," which would point more toward the use of technology and related best practices. The term could also be partially understood in contrast to its predecessor -- "traditional learning" -- meaning that it is not strictly classroom-based and instructor-led.

Beyond these immediate definitions, what else does "modern learning" mean? To answer that, let's look at why we even needed the term "modern learning" in the first place. It's because we have modern learners!

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