Allowing students to choose their own learning objectives results in better knowledge retention

Letting students choose what they want to learn In the traditional classroom setting, students get bored or distracted easily. Even if they are trying to pay attention, sometimes it’s hard to follow a lesson in a subject that does not particularly interest them. On the other hand, when they are in a state of play, they are fully focused on what they are d...

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