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Active learning

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  • 1. ACTIVE LEARNINGBy Saad Albaker and Abdullah Fahad
  • 2. WHAT IS ACTIVE LEARNING? Experiential. Mindful. Engaging.
  • 3. HOW TO ENGAGE IN ACTIVE LEARNING? Active listening Looking/seeing Seeing and hearing Classroom online and public presentations Saying and doing
  • 4. ACTIVE LISTENINGConvertingthe speaker’swords andimages intoyour ownthoughts tosuit yourknowledge.
  • 5. LOOKING/SEEING“A picture isworth than a1000 words”- GabrielleKaasa
  • 6. SEEING AND HEARING• Movies.• Pictures.• Audio.• Clip arts.
  • 7. CLASSROOM, ONLINE AND PRESENTATIONSUse your skillsin presentationsand makestages whencreating anactive learningpresentation forthe audience.
  • 8. SAYING AND DOING• Roleplaying• Gaming• Interacting with students• Evaluation instruments .• Be in the envrionmen
  • 9. WHERE IS WRITING STANDS OUT?When yourwriting skillsare thekeynotes ofyour activelearningexperience.
  • 10. CONCLUSION• Active learning is a big step in becoming a teacher.• Active learning uses verbal and non-verbale language• Active learning uses practical and theoretical skills.• A good presentation relies on how you create and share your idea.