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Active Learning
Leah MacVie                 Instructional Designer at Canisius College                 Blogger, Photographer, Educationist...
Caution:I will forget anything I    can’t  visualize.                “
Cone of Learning (Edgar Dale)After 2 weeksWe tend to remember…                                                       Natur...
Leah MacVieInstructional Designer at Canisius CollegeBlogger, Photographer, Educationistwww.leahmacvie.com  @leahmacvie  i...
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
Active Learning Presentation
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  1. 1. Active Learning
  2. 2. Leah MacVie Instructional Designer at Canisius College Blogger, Photographer, Educationist “Informal, low-cost www.leahmacvie.com learning can @leahmacvie play a huge role in in/leahmacvie developing leah.macviehuman capital,communities, and businesses.”
  3. 3. Caution:I will forget anything I can’t visualize. “
  4. 4. Cone of Learning (Edgar Dale)After 2 weeksWe tend to remember… Nature of Involvement10% of what we read Reading Verbal reception20% of what we hear Listening30% of what we see Looking at Pictures PASSIVE50% of what Watching a moviewe hear and Visual reception Looking at an Exhibitsee Watching a Demonstration Seeing it Done on Location70% of whatwe say Participating in a Discussion Receiving/ Giving a Talk Participating90% ofwhat we Doing a Dramatic Presentation Activesay and Simulating the Real Experience Doingdo Doing the Real ThingDale, E. (1969) Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching, 3rd ed. Holt Rinehart and Winston
  5. 5. Leah MacVieInstructional Designer at Canisius CollegeBlogger, Photographer, Educationistwww.leahmacvie.com @leahmacvie in/leahmacvie leah.macvie
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