The short answer is...not necessarily, it depends on the age of the learner and the learning experience.

To learn means firstly to become aware of something you do not yet understand (Caleb Gattegno), and to work in such a way as to build your understanding. This could not be further from the ‘here’s a statement, now learn it’ approach, and puts the responsibility to learn firmly where it belongs – with the learner.

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