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June 05, 2007

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Candace Gilliam

That is absolutely true. Active learning is the most enduring learning because it allows the learned to take ownership in their learning. How much guidance should a teacher give to the students in discovery learning, especially when the students seems to go away from the objectives, or goals set for the day? Should the teacher try to "guide in the right direction," or let the student continue?

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