Engaging students in individual or smaller group activities is a low-risk strategy to ensures the participation of all. The sampling of basic activities of this course can be adopted to almost any level. Using these strategies or variations on them, ensures that you'll hold your students attention in class throughout your lessons.
This course will teach you how to create your own materials that support Active Learning Methodology. You'll learn how to implement ATTENTION, RELEVANCE, CONFIDENCE, and SATISFAC...TION a vital components in Active Learning strategies.
Traditional teaching strategies view learning as merely the transmission of information from teacher to the students. It is a pasive form of teaching and is rarely engaging or interesting to the students. Active learning on the other hand, requires that students are engaged and active in the learning process. The teacher serves as a coach or facilitator, guiding students through fun and effective activities, but letting the students take control of the learning process.
Active Learning and Teaching Strategies ...
* increases motivation
* increases students involvement
* develop higher level thinking skills
* deliver results
Venue: 5F Hakarigaoka Kumin Center, Hikarigaoka 2-9-6, Nerima-ku, Tokyo
When: Sunday, January 5, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm