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REAL A is for Active Learning Approaches. Reflection Quotes. ‘I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.’ Old Chinese proverb!.

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REAL

A is for Active Learning Approaches

  • Reflection Quotes

‘I hear and I forget.

I see and I remember.

I do and I understand.’

Old Chinese proverb!

“Children do not just passively take in information from the world around them and learn it; rather, they actively transform it into something that is unique and personally meaningful. They use their experience as the context for building new meanings and skills onto what they have already learnt.”

Levin 1996:74 in Dau,E Child’s Play 2001:7

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A is for Active Learning Approaches & L is for Language Development

  • ACTIVE LEARNING:
  • THEORY
  • APPROACHES
  • FRAMEWORKS
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A is for Active Learning Approaches & L is for Language Development

Learning Theories

Learning Approaches

Frameworks that support Learning

developmental stages five views
Developmental stages – Five Views

REAL

A is for Active Learning Approaches & L is for Language Development

Tim Burns, Our Children, Our Future, USA 1991

modes learning styles
Modes – Learning Styles

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A is for Active Learning Approaches & L is for Language Development

A person's learning style is the consistentway in which a learner perceives, conceptualises, organises and recalls information. Each of us has a preferred way to learn.

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theories of intelligence

REAL

A is for Active Learning Approaches & L is for Language Development

Theories of Intelligence

Gardner's Multiple Intelligences

Costa's Intelligent Behaviour

Goleman's Emotional

Intelligence

Intelligence means the ability to learn.

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Examples of Approaches

Higher Order Thinking

Discovery Learning

Inquiry Learning

Steiner

Project Based

Emergent

Curriculum

Reggio Emilia

Montessori

Play

BasedLearning

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Examples of Frameworks

Multiple Intelligences

DeBono’s Six Hats

Tribes TLC

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Thinker’s Keys

Habits of Mind

Graphic Organisers

cognitive taxonomy benjamin bloom

Application

Analysis

Use learned knowledge, rule or method in a different situation

Explore understandings through integral parts

Comprehension

Synthesis

Demonstrate understanding of information

Put ideas together to create a new or unique product

Knowledge

Evaluation

Recall of facts or information

Use criteria to judge value of ideas andinformation

Cognitive TaxonomyBenjamin Bloom

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Processes, definitions, boundaries & conclusions

Negative, flaws, faults

Facts

Blue Hat

Managing The Thinking

Setting The Focus

Making Summaries

Overviews  Conclusions

Action Plans

White Hat

Information & Data

Neutral & Objective

Checked & Believed Facts Missing Information &

Where To Source It

Black Hat

Why It May Not Work

Cautions  Dangers

Problems  Faults

Logical Reasons

Must Be Given

DeBono'sThinking Hats

FOCUS

Feelings

&

Intuition

Positive, optimism, constructive ideas

Red Hat

Feelings & Intuition

Emotions Or Hunches

“At This Point”

No Reasons or Justification

Keep It Short

Yellow Hat

Why It May Work

Values & Benefits

(Both Known & Potential)

The Good In It

    • Green Hat
  • Creative Thinking
  • Possibilities  Alternatives
  • New Ideas  New Concepts

Creative adaptation, “outside the box” Opportunities alternatives

www.edwarddebono.com

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Thinkers

  • The keys are:
  • The Reverse
  • The What if
  • The Disadvantages
  • The Combination
  • The BAR
  • The Alphabet
  • The Variations
  • The Picture
  • The Prediction
  • The Different Uses
  • The Ridiculous
  • The Commonality
  • The Question
  • The Brainstorming
  • The Inventions
  • The Brick Wall
  • The Construction
  • The Forced Relationships
  • The Alternative
  • The Interpretation

"We learn more by looking for the answer

to a question and not finding it than we do from learning the answer itself."

(Lloyd Alexander)

Thinking is the Key!

Keys

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Multiple Intelligences

Multiple intelligences explains how we learn best. We can use it to focus on our strengths or build on our weaknesses.

Logical-mathematical intelligence

("number/reasoning smart")

  • Spatial intelligence
  • ("picture smart")

Musical intelligence ("music smart")

Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence

("body smart" – physical experience)

Interpersonal intelligence ("people smart" – social experiences

Naturalist intelligence

("nature smart")

Intrapersonal intelligence ("self smart“)

Linguistic intelligence ("word smart")

think pair share
Think Pair Share

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Exploring the Teacher’s Role through Teaching/Learning Model

(A model of scaffolding)

Proportion of responsibility for task completion

All Teacher

Instruction

modelling,

demonstration

etc…

Joint

Guided Practice

gradual

release of

responsibility

All Student

Practice

&

Application

Pearson & Gallagher, 1983