Do you think the practice of see, hear, do, and teach is a best practice to becoming an expert?
My knowledge of how experts are made suggests one has to master a certain field of study, in that light being able to "see, hear, do, and teach" would be the avenue to becoming one.
Yes, indeed. A best school of life is show and tell. Let's take a child who thinks, visualization looking at a master creating a “wooden shoe”. It begins by explanation, putting in his hands, starting with simple process step by step until by increasing operations till a young person handle it on its own. This fifteen years old Michael went through three years of apprentice passed the exam, then continued working/improving for several years till mastering the craft, passing a rigorous exam thus becoming a master of this particular craft.
Another historical proof of show and tell in which the Man of Nazareth for three years "trained" these twelve learners to be like Him, to live modest life similar to the original man's creation before time of disobedience.
by gulnazahmad 7 years ago
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by Ravi and Swastha 4 years ago
What is the best practice to be followed for longer life of your laptop or notebooks ?
by dannycarrey 5 years ago
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