Perhaps it means that the process of learning (the way we do the course) is more important than what we actually learn (the content). I think the whole idea of teaching Latin, a language which died out ages ago, but is the root of other languages was based on this premise. You learned Latin as a way to learn how to learn. The process was, in a way, more important than the content. I agree with it to a certain extent. But I think the reality of most situations is that the content is just as or more important.
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