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Active learning powerpoint presentation
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  • 1. ACTIVE LEARNING BY: ANTONIO RIVERA SEPTEMBER, 2012 1
  • 2. What is Active Learning?• Active learning is an approach to instruction in which students engage the material they study through reading, writing, talking, listening and reflecting. 2
  • 3. Dale’s Cone of Learning (1969, Edgar Dale) 10% of what we read• How much do 20% of what we hear students get from learning? 30% of what we see 50% of what we hear and see 70% of what we say 90% of what we say and do 3
  • 4. TEAMS (Technology EnhancingAchievement in Middle Schools)The Three Key Precepts: Interdisciplinary Frequent use Instructional Of Technology Teams Strong Emphasis on Active Learning 4
  • 5. Interdisciplinary Instructional Teams• Consists of two or more teachers who share a common group.• In a particular area in the school building.• With a common planning time. 5
  • 6. Aspects of Active Learning• Hands-on learning activities.• Provides the students with opportunities to practice applying the skills they are in the process of learning.• Help them to become independent learners.• Students work cooperatively in small groups. 6
  • 7. Technology and Active Learning• Technology supports active student learning, especially independent inquiry,• It allows for small groups of learners to engage in active learning as members of a cooperative teams.• Provide students with the opportunity to be self-directed, active learners, who could work independently or cooperatively in small groups. 7
  • 8. How Effective is Active Learning?• It is one of the most effective teaching approaches in education.• It increases the effectiveness and efficiency of the teaching and learning process.• Active learning strategies involve collaboration with peers, and provides a secure environment for growth and exploration of ideas. 8

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