DO by emma ugarelli
Learning is not something done to students but something students themselves do. As a result, the learner (child) changes in knowledge, attitude, or behaviour.
Giving the information is only one part of learning. The children need to have significant opportunities to develop and practice intellectual skills, problem solving, motor skills, attitudes, and values. In addition, children need opportunities to develop interpersonal and social skills. As teachers and parents, we need to remember that there is much more to learning than concepts and memorization, which involve understanding. We should pay attention not only to that but also to the thinking process and other types of knowledge.