Life-wide Learning

Life-wide Learning

Life-wide Learning (LWL) is a teaching strategy that involves real contexts and authentic settings. The goal is to address different kinds of learning not covered in a traditional classroom. By including LWL with a traditional classroom, students are better equipped to attain whole person development and to develop the life-long learning skills.cite web| url=http://www.edb.gov.hk/index.aspx?nodeID=3110&langno=1 | title=EDB Life-wide Learning | accessdate=2008-02-08 ]

It is the focus of education in Hong Kong.

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