A classic learning must be an interactive process. This is a two-way process – the information goes from educator to student and student’s feedback returns to educator. Recent research proved that learning is the most effective when it’s personalized. This type of learning helps deliver knowledge to students better than traditional learning techniques.
Both students and teachers should know how to act in the learning process. But if educators learn this for years when teaching, students may not know how to deal with it properly. That’s what educators should explain them, but unfortunately not everyone does.