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Teachers who spend their time telling instead of asking, instructing instead of inviting, can stand in front of children for years without having any idea of what they’re capable of doing. One critic of the government’s adoption of “discovery-based learning,” Ken Porteous, a retired engineering professor, put it bluntly: “There is nothing to discover. When mathematical ideas are communicated precisely, the language used can be quite different from that used in conversation.

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