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In this article, the writer explains some of the background and methodology behind an open style of teaching. Then, key definitions and terms are discussed so that terms like "open classroom" are clearly understood in the context of an open learning style. The traditional method is compared and contrasted to a very open style of teaching. Criticism concerning open teaching methods is addressed and explained. The writer discusses that through comparing and contrasting different classroom styles it is possible to identify the reasons why a very open style of teaching is most effective at handling the most common classroom struggles. Additionally, it is made clear that a very open style of teaching is also the best method in teaching children.
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