Many different educators have attempted to articulate the concept of giving back the work to students. The most frequently-used analogy to convey this message is often attributed to William Butler Yeats: “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” The concept is that education and learning should no longer be thought of as a passive process in which the learner simply receives information from a teacher. We cannot simply crack open students’ skulls and pour information into their brains. Instead, we must work as facilitators or guides through the process, so that students can truly master and use the information being taught and not just learn it for a singular, fleeting moment.