Natural Law Explained: Teachability

Teachability is the measurement of a process, which is called teaching / learning.

It measures the ratio between the capability of the Student to receive information and his critical attitude.

The Teachability Bell Curve represents this perfectly.. 

The conclusion of Teachability is:

The student is best prepared to study when He/She is not too naive nor too critical...

Rigid Scepticism is just as wrong as naivete...

the best teaching mode is when the student is both receptive and slightly critical.