Best way to learn

@exx007 (167)
Philippines
September 29, 2010 2:37am CST
In our era now, what are the best way learn?
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8 responses
• Philippines
29 Sep 10
I am not really sure. hahaha! But I prefer lecture discussion kind of thing.
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@pokumon (647)
• United States
30 Sep 10
I think the best way to learn is in a classroom because for me hearing the information is so much better than just seeing it or reading it. I pay more attention to auditory learning and so for me that's the best. I think imitation and practice are also very important and different approaches necessary if it's a difficult subject. But the best way to learn is by interacting with another person and engaging them in a dialogue or conversation.
• China
30 Sep 10
i think the best way to learn is to learn through practice,especially for students majoring in engineering course.
@babostwick (2037)
• United States
30 Sep 10
That depends on what you're doing. When it comes to programming, it is to be in the class room and actually work on it. It helps you get better. With anything, it's more about doing it to show that you know how to do it. You can do a lot of reading but if you're not trying to figure it out, then quite frankly, it's not going to matter one way or the other.
@ravend (661)
• Malta
29 Sep 10
I still believe that classroom and lecture discussion is better than internet and correspondence. In a lecture room you can discuss your ideas and thoughts with your tutors, and actively process topics.
@mickdsm (19)
• Brazil
29 Sep 10
I also think the internet is the current mode for easier learning, as well as to acess the surveys, we can debate with others about our doubts on forums and other websites, and can also attend classes on video, it makes everything easier. Do not want to diminish the value of books, but even the books become easier to find on the internet.
@advokatku (4037)
• Indonesia
29 Sep 10
The best way to learn is to remain diligent in reading and observing everything what thought by your teacher
@ptrikha_2 (8311)
• India
29 Sep 10
You can go for learning via internet. However, classroom based training still has many advantages. Foremost, is you would get a better idea of whether you have learned well enough, when you will explain things to other people.