In 2006 Paul Kirschner published, with John Sweller and Richard E Clark, a now-seminal piece of research that threatened to blow the doors off an often-accepted orthodoxy in teaching: that students learn best when they discover things by themselves. They proposed that not only was this not the case, but that the best learning frequently […]
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RT @Inner_Drive: 🧠 NEW BLOG (+ poster) Linear exams becoming the norm requires students to remember lots of information at once. Although i…