I’ve written a lot in my books and in posts about the value of a “constructivist” approach in the classroom (see The Best Posts Questioning If Direct Instruction Is “Clearly Superior” and The Best Research Demonstrating That Lectures Are Not The Best Instructional Strategy).

The Hechinger Report has just written about yet another study supporting this kind of “assisted discovery” instructional strategy, and you can read about it at Should students discover their own math lessons?

Here’s an excerpt: