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Enhancing Active Learning with Technology
Active learning strategies are a set of instructional practices that faciliate a learner, either individually or with others, to use higher order thinking, enage in metacognition (reflection), and participate in the active processing of the content. These strategies are based on the theory that knowledge and understanding is not trasmitted, i.e. the learner is not a empty vessel to be filled up by the teacher. Technology is an increasingly important aspect of education given the emphasis on 21st Century Skills. Connecting technology to proven educational strategies leads to exciting teaching and learning opportunities.




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