Sounding Board and Learning by Reflection

Sounding Board shows how learning by reflection can be helpful when someone is trying to create something, such as a sales strategy. The learning by reflection teaching architecture is not limited only to those cases where a student is trying to build something. It can also be valuable when a student is trying to understand something. In order for a student to really understand something such as a book, a design, or a period in history, he must be able to adopt different perspectives on that thing and tie it into his previous experiences. Again interesting questions provide guidance. By asking good questions, the student can not only develop a flexible understanding of whatever he is trying to understand, he can also create indices in his memory to store the understanding so that he can recall it when it is relevant.

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