Changing the pedagogical balance
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Presentation as part of the emerging eLeaders online course showing how the balance in our learning design needs to change from transmission of content to engaging learners in learning activity and ...

Presentation as part of the emerging eLeaders online course showing how the balance in our learning design needs to change from transmission of content to engaging learners in learning activity and interaction.

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  • 1. Derek Wenmoth CORE Education Ltdhttp://www.core-ed.org
  • 2. What’s  changed?Read pages 4-6,  listen to the tapesegmentComplete exercises 3-6
  • 3. What’s  changed?Read the URL link  Complete the web questWrite your answers on theclass wiki or your blog
  • 4. Effective teaching and learningEffec0ve  teaching  and  learning…   occurs when… Teacher asks open-Student autonomy Students engage in ended questions and initiative dialogue with and allows wait accepted and teacher and each time for response encouraged. other Knowledge and ideas emerge only from a situation in which learners have to draw them out of experiences that have Students are meaning and importance to them. engaged in experiences that challenge Class uses raw hypotheses data, primary Higher level thinking sources, physical is encouraged and interactive materials. John Dewey – Constructivist Pedagogy, 1916
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  • 8. Derek  Wenmoth   CORE  Educa0on  Ltd  h@p://www.core-­‐ed.org