Mediator of learning

Piaget's theory of cognitive development is extremely important in the mediation of learning, especially under diverse or multicultural conditions. Discuss while looking through the lens of the educator as a mediator of learning.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. << Being a mediator involves serving as a go-between, offering to help people resolve their differences by bridging the gaps between their points of view. Students need to be exposed to new experiences, and slowly help them probe their own thinking through this process.>> from one of those links on the google search

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  3. Mediator ...

    Is this yet another term someone dreamed up to replace the word "teacher" or "instructor"? And here I used to think "facilitator of learning" was a silly term!!

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