Edison Dictionary

Traditional classroom learning

Traditional classroom learning is a type of teaching method that involves the direct instruction of students within a classroom setting. The traditional teaching method in classrooms was first introduced in the 19th century and has since become the most common way to teach students. Students receive instruction from a teacher who utilises different methods to help students learn. These methods include lectures, discussions, and reading materials. When learning in this type of environment, students are required to take notes and complete homework assignments that relate directly to what was taught during class time. Benefits: The ability for teachers to give individual attention to each student. Students can ask questions at any time and get an answer quickly from the teacher. Students have time to study independently at home with their notes from class so they come prepared for tests and exams.

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