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a.k.a. "X-based learning" for multiple values of X. (Tentatively) A strategy is a broader method or philosophy about learning, and could be some carefully selected [[Learning technique|techniques]] plus some kind of philosophy or like "here's how you should go about learning".
  
 
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Revision as of 22:45, 4 November 2018

a.k.a. "X-based learning" for multiple values of X. (Tentatively) A strategy is a broader method or philosophy about learning, and could be some carefully selected techniques plus some kind of philosophy or like "here's how you should go about learning".

Strategy Description Context in which strategy is applicable Pros Cons
Project-based learning
Inquiry-based learning/Moore method
Drill-based learning (?)
Problem-based learning
Learning by teaching

project-based learning vs drilling: [1] and comments like [2], [3]

thoughts on drilling vs being driven by curiosity: [4]

IBL: some links at [5]

Learning by teaching: [6]

See also