I was reading the answers to this question, about who has won a game of Go and came across the two following statements.
You pass at the end of the game when you do not think you can increase your score (explained below), and stop when both of you pass one after the other.
You needed to finish the game...
As a beginner at go, I think an implicit part of the other question that has possibly been missed is "How do I learn when the game is over". Logically, assuming both players are beginners it is possible that they both think they cannot increase their score and the game is over; where as a more experienced player, such as those answering the question, disagrees.
Is there a suggested method of learning or teaching when the end of the game has been reached? For example continuing to play until only a "few" spaces are unclaimed?