I’ve published two posts in the last twenty-four hours about constructivism (The Value Of Students Creating Their Own Evidence and Yet Another Study Finds Constructivism Tends To Work Better Than Direct Instruction), and now I’m going for the “trifecta.”

TIME Magazine, of all places, published a great column this week titled Playtime Isn’t Just for Preschoolers—Teenagers Need It, Too that reviews lots of research supporting active learning.

Here’s an excerpt:


I’m adding this post to The Best Posts Questioning If Direct Instruction Is “Clearly Superior.”