Children learn faster if they get frequent, immediate feedback on their work. Our methods insure that they do. In traditional classrooms, teachers take correction work home with them. The children do not see the corrected work for at least one day, and often many more. When students finally see their corrected work, they are no longer interested in the outcome. Research shows that immediate feedback is not only much more interesting to the students, but receiving it greatly speeds up their learning.
Control of error is used frequently by our teachers in order to check the student’s progress in learning. Simple, yet effective methods such as slate boards are used which allow students to get feedback on their answers immediately. These methods are inherently fun for student and teacher alike. School becomes a place where everyone wants to be.