> Sustaining doubt is harder work than sliding into certainty.
— Daniel Kahneman
No environment can strongly affect a person unless it is strongly interactive. To be interactive, the environment must be responsive. That is, it must provide relevant feedback to the learner. For the feedback to be relevant, it must meet the learner where he is, then program (change in appropriate steps at appropriate times) as he changes. The learner changes (that is, is educated) through his responses to the environment.
The student becomes a participant in their own growth, is changed by their environment, and in turn, changes it.