Traditional Learning Environments That Emphasize Fragmented Knowledge and Basic Skills

Some classrooms have traditional and, at times, inadequate classroom techniques that are not successful. Teachers may continue to use these techniques because:

Classrooms that have focused on basic skills often present information in a fragmented and disconnected way. New cognitive research has shown that these approaches do not provide environments that will help children learn complex thinking skills:

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