In lecture, we listen, then attempt to do homework. Wrong approach. With textbooks, we read, then attempt end-of-chapter problems. Wrong approach. In all of our learning models, we are putting the buggy before the horse, which yields abysmal results. Part of it is historical, as people are resistant to change (and publishers like the convenience of the chapter-then-problems approach).
On “active learning”
Akhan Almagambetov

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