Denny Guo Posted about 1 year ago Does the lack of accuracy outweigh the benefits of truly understanding the information? Hey Alex, thank you for the reply. Similarly to what I said to George, I am using this for part of my english project. The question that I want to raised is at what age should this type of modeling stop and do you truly expect teachers to change their way of teaching so it is more practical? To clarify, let me explain what I mean. I agree that at young ages the from elementary to middle school, the material that is learned is elementary. It basically scratches the surface of every subject; math, english, science, and history. Because of the rudimentary concepts, teaches can and should follow Dewitts model of learning through stories, but what about the older kids? What about when the times to learn get harder. The material gets more complicated and concise on specific subjects and things become less understandable? He emphasized how stories should be used to teach with things that are over complicated. How can his model be used to help these students when they are at the tipping point of choosing their career and college for what they want to be? With the amount of knowledge the students need to learn, how can a teacher be able to create a story simple enough to fit the needs of all the students and by learning in this manner, do you think that younger students will become dependent on this technique for learning and not be able to solve questions by themselves?