Definitions for "ACTIVE LEARNING"
Meaningful rather than 'rote', 'deep' rather than 'surface' learning. Engaging with the learning task at a cognitive and affective level.
usually contrasted with a straight lecture method, active learning involves students in course material through carefully constructed activities which range from "buzz groups," in which pairs of students discuss material during a calculated pause in a lecture, to role-playing, case studies, group projects, and seminars.
The process of learning new knowledge, skills and behaviors through taking specific actions or performing specific tasks.
is process of exploring, analyzing, communicating, or using new information or experience.
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