Reading Time: < 1 minute Most scholars would agree that the best way for learning to occur is still one-on-one, directly learnt from an expert. The carpenter taught his son how to make a table. The seamstress taught her daughter how to make a dress. This is no longer the way we learn. But is it right?
Learning in Ancient Greece was one-on-one with the Greek Philosophers, when they were unable to teach all their students they developed curriculums and teachers.