Active Learning Strategies

Active Learning Strategies:

  • Quick Thinks (Write &/Or Pair)
  • Stand Up and Share
  • Think-Share
  • Talk-Aloud Problem Solving
  • Theater
  • Concept Mapping
  • Storyboarding
  • Brainstorming
  • Peer Tutoring
  • Debate
  • Simulation Exercises
  • Annotated Hotlist
  • Video
  • Interviews
  • Self Assessments
  • Make Recording
  • Observe
  • Reflection
  • Readings
  • Polls
  • Environmental Scan
  • Research
  • WebQuest
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Discussion
  • Free Write
  • Role Play
  • Poster
  • Drawing
  • Quizzes
  • Knowledge Survey
  • Focused Listing
  • Journaling
  • Demonstration
  • Comparisons
  • Connections
  • Newsworthy Explanations
  • Unresolved Lab Problems
  • Debate on Propositions
  • Mini-Cases
  • Voices
  • Dialogue Journals
  • The Double-Entry Notebook
  • Exam Prep
  • This Was the Week that Was
  • Problems with the Problem
  • Discussion Questions
  • The “Provided Data” Minipaper
  • Summary Statements
  • Visual Representations
  • Class Minutes
  • Minute or End-of-Class Papers
  • Class Listserv
  • Freewriting
  • Microtheme
  • Linking Vocabulary
  • Jigsaw learning

Formats:

  • Pairs
  • Group
  • Online
  • Chat
  • Wiki
  • Individuals
  • Jigsaw
  • Concentric Circles
  • Value Line up
  • Whips/Go Around
  • Half Class
  • Fishbowl
  • Corners
  • Panel
  • Triad/Dyad
  • Speed Dating

Assessment Strategies:

  • Response Cards
  • Nonverbal Polling
  • Paired Learning
  • Go Around
  • Games
  • Muddiest Point
  • Muddiest Point with Buzz Groups

 

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