In its first year, the Annie Spink Award for excellence in education has been won by Elia Zenghelis, a man who describes the art of teaching design as the ability to uncover ideas which students hold but do not know how to articulate. It is a view which assumes that the teacher's obligation to listen to what the student has to say is as, if not more, important than the obligation to impart knowledge and ideas.
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