FlagOnce Posted November 8, 2015 Report Share Posted November 8, 2015 Okay, that's not a clear name, but let me describe the idea and you'll get it right straight away. I hope.When we think about a teacher interaction, it's either you read a book with exercises and you're doing it basically alone, or someone is correcting you but is not making the book or writing it, they just give comments to help you, or it's a teacher speaking and trying to make you learn things by hearing what he's saying, in real time.But what about another approach: you read a first chapter of a book the teacher made. You answer exercises, send back to the teacher, but this time, he will write few paragraphs of notes about weaknesses, what should be corrected, he would explains concept to help you, and let continue his "book" but with that in mind.That would allow training with a teacher without especially being tied to it at fixed hours. What do you think? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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