When the guide asks a question, children should help each other arrive at a common solution. In other words, they should constantly see that they are advancing as a result of mutual support. This foundation must be established before anything else.
Even later, when learning specific subjects, the guide must make the children discuss a certain topic and see that through their joint discussion, a common understanding arises. If one does not understand, another friend explains.
This is how the lesson should take place: You place a seed in the ground, such as a new bit of information about physics or mathematics. Then that seed is cultivated by the society through discussion among the children.
The environment develops from every idea, every piece of information, every approach, every sentence, and every decision.