Active learning is a learner-centered approach to teaching that encourages student engagement in the classroom teaching-learning process. Active learning takes many forms, but in general active learning strategies are aimed at promoting active student participation in the learning environment through application of constructed knowledge, skills and attitudes.
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CREATING A FLIPPED CLASSROOM – UTILIZING ONLINE LEARNING FOR PRE-CLASSROOM PREP
Technology mediated options for pre-work include:
- Powerpoint slides with audio (with or without an embedded quiz or online activity following presentation)
- Curated readings with an associated activity
- Online activity such as quiz, case or project