Kids learn better by trying and failing
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Nate Kornell, Matthew Hays, and Robert Bjork of U.C.L.A. found that kids learn better if conditions are arranged so that errors are more likely. This contradicts the commonly accepted practice of “errorless learning” of many educators. According to the U.C.L.A. study, trying and failing is good for learning. Read about the study here.
By Guy Kawasaki.Posted by Guy Kawasaki