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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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active learning
Active Learning

“Taking big chances by relying on the

more or less unpredictable contributions of

others…”

A.J. Gedalof, 1998

http puzzlemaker school discovery com

http://puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com/

Learning is not a spectator sport

we will
We will:
  • Explore the rationale for using active learning techniques
  • Examine a process for conducting active learning techniques
  • Expand our repertoire of active learning techniques
active learning credo adapted from confucius
Active Learning Credo …adapted from Confucius

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.

line up
Line Up
  • Line up according to your position on the following statement (I.e. Yes, No, somewhere in between!)

“Active learning techniques make it more difficult to cover all of the required course content.”

break out discussions
Break out Discussions

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.

active learning1
Active Learning

Barriers

Counter-Barriers

learning styles
Learning Styles

CE

Accomodator

Diverger

AE

RO

Converger

Assimilator

AC

experiential learning cycle pfeiffer w jones j e 1975
Experiential Learning Cycle…Pfeiffer, W. & Jones, J.E. (1975)

Experience

Apply

Publish

Generalize

Process

experience the start
Experience - The Start

Learn the...

  • R
  • O
  • P
  • E
  • S
providing a l instruction
Providing A.L. Instruction

1. Why?

2. What?

3. How?

4. Report?

interacting during the experience
Interacting During the Experience

Fly on the wall

Port in a storm

Firm grip on the rudder

calling back the class
Calling back the Class
  • “Heads-up”
  • “Walk the Talk”
  • “Welcome Back”
publish the debrief
Publish - The Debrief

Report

Capture

  • Concise
  • Nonrepetitive
  • Nonverbal
  • Group
  • Class/Individual
  • Instructor

Synthesize

active learning techniques
Active Learning Techniques

Experience of:

Dialogue with:

Self

Doing

Others

Observing

…Dee Fink, 1999

think pair share
Think-Pair-Share

Instead of or Prior to Group Work.

1. Pose Question

2. Think

3. Pair

4. Share