A Blog post
Make Learning Active
- Aug 11, 2020
- Jared Wells
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Now that you know where to focus your child’s efforts, let’s talk about how. Because how your child learns math, English, and develops executive functioning is even more important than what they learn.
The key is active learning.Passive learning based on memorization is of little to no value to your student’s educational development. Active, engaged learning fosters your student’s intellect and curiosity. It develops their ability to think and to reason. It gives them confidence to tackle harder, more complex problems. Unfortunately, the majority of school learning is far too passive. In order to make the 20% count, it’s critical to teach your student in a way that actively engages their mind and puts them in the driver’s seat.
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