May 08, 2007
Why does so much spoon-feeding take place, when all it does is to transform students into question-answering machines incapable of learning new subjects without help from other people? Shouldn’t TLLM be implemented in full by making teachers lesson facilitators instead of spoon-feeders? What is the point of spoon-feeding them in the first place, when the teachers know how competitive it can be in an institute of higher learning?
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "An account of how students are dependent on teachers in secondary schools here, to the extent to being unable to cope with independent learning later on."