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Learning through Examples: Inductive Learning

Learning through Examples: Inductive Learning

This article explains the difference between traditional learning and inductive learning. This second path, which starts from examples and asks learners to infer general principles, is called inductive learning (or sometimes, analogical learning, learning through comparison, or learning through examples). Research suggests that it is a more robust way to learn. The understanding that arises from this approach is richer and deeper. The...

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