Confuse students to help them learn

Steve Kolowich, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug 14, 2014

Professors who present classroom material clearly and concisely may not be doing their students any favors. (…)

Forcing them to work through impasses can promote deeper levels of comprehension, researchers find.

  • For more from the self-declared Chief of Confusion, former Chief Scientist of Xerox, John Seely Brown, click here
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