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https://researched.org.uk/inquiry-learning-isnt-a-call-for-direct-explicit-instruction/

There has been lots of discussion about how students retain the knowledge they gain as they work on inquiry projects. How much explicit teaching is required? Can students get the content and knowledge they need to move forwards when they choose what they learn in an agentic setting?

This article explores how working memory and long term memory affect learning.

What are your thoughts?

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