Published April 16, 1991
by University of California Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||364|
'Active Learning' contains the most comprehensive collection of active learning techniques ever published. Each strategy is described with clear, step-by-step instructions. If you are committed to making learning active, but occasionally run out of steam, this is the book to get you back on track with fresh ideas and innovative by: Further, we cannot guarantee success, and we cannot predict students' grades based on the use of these strategies. There are a lot of variables at play during learning, and we hope these materials can help teachers and learners to make evidence-based decisions. If you have questions about the science, try searching our blog and peruse our FAQ page. Strategies for Reading Textbooks. Reading textbooks may not be fun, but being able to is important. Throughout middle school, high school and college, textbooks will be a big part of your reading. Understanding how to read and use them effectively is key to academic success. Before You Read. Textbooks can be boring, tedious, and full of detail. Active Learning Strategies help to initiate learners and instructors into effective ways to help everyone engage in activities based on ideas about how people learn. Multiple active learning strategies may be used in each of the active learning designs. Review an annotated list of active learning strategies 1. Sit & talk with peers nearby.
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