Quick Look: Why Asking Questions Might Not Be The Best Way to Teach

Author Annie Murphy Paul digs into a recent study that throws the efficacy of the Socratic method into doubt.

A recent study throws the efficacy of the Socratic method into doubt More than 2,000 years ago, the philosopher Socrates wandered around Athens asking questions, an approach to finding truth that thinkers have venerated ever since. In modern times, the Socratic method was adapted for use in universities and became the dominant form of instruction for students learning philosophy and the law.

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