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The discovery method in training.

R. M. Belbin

The discovery method in training.

by R. M. Belbin

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Published by Manpower Services Commission, Training Services Division in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previously published by the Department of Employment, 1969.

SeriesTraining information paper -- 5
ContributionsGreat Britain. Manpower Services Commission. Training Services Division.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20950815M
ISBN 100905932110
OCLC/WorldCa315238467

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What is Discovery Learning. Discovery Learning was introduced by Jerome Bruner, and is a method of Inquiry-Based Instruction. This popular theory encourages learners to build on past experiences and knowledge, use their intuition, imagination and creativity, and search for new information to discover facts, correlations and new truths.

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