Active Learning. “Taking big chances by relying on the more or less unpredictable contributions of others…” A.J. Gedalof, 1998. Active Learning Strategies. Presented by:. http://puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com/. Learning is not a spectator sport. We will:.
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“Taking big chances by relying on the
more or less unpredictable contributions of
A.J. Gedalof, 1998
Learning is not a spectator sport
What I hear, Iforget.
What I hear and see, I remember a little.
What I hear, see, and ask questions about or discuss with someone else, I begin to understand.
What I hear, see, discuss, and do, allows my to acquire knowledge and skill.
What I teach to another, I master.
“Active learning techniques make it more difficult to cover all of the required course content.”
The role of the instructor in managing the group process with Active Learning techniques.
The types of Active Learning techniques that are best suited to produce meaningful learning
Effective ways to reinforce content, outside of the classroom.
Fly on the wall
Port in a storm
Firm grip on the rudder
…Dee Fink, 1999
Instead of or Prior to Group Work.
1. Pose Question