Do Less, 17th-Century Style

Let the main object of this, our Didactic, be as follows: To seek and to find a method of instruction, by which teachers may teach less, but learners may learn more; by which schools may be the scene of less noise, aversion, and useless labor, but of more leisure, enjoyment, and solid progress…

– John Amos Comenius, Didactica Magna (1642)

Dude was onto something.

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