5. Teaching Methodologies, Part II: Active Learning: Why and How November 9, 2019 2 By Ronny Jaskolski Related posts: Home Schooling Your Kids : Benefits of Home Schooling Home School Tutoring : A Word Notebook for Home Schooling Home School Tutoring : How to Make Books for Home Schooling Drama and Storytelling in Higher Education CategoryArticles BlogTagsactive learning education flipped classroom interactive engagement Learning Outcomes teaching 2 Comments Smattless says: February 28, 2017 at 9:25 am 1.1 mil subs but can't reach 1000 views in a week? Seems legit. Reply civilizeddiva says: February 11, 2018 at 2:54 am Question from Judges: How do we quantify how much active learning should be implemented? It depends on the subject. Each department could formulate a baseline standard and periodically assess the results each semester. Regarding the judges decision not to implement active learning by 2017: Point 1(funding): First talk to the Center for Teaching and Learning unit on your campus for low cost options to implement active learning. Then periodically assess to determine, over time where to direct funding. Point 2: Current lecture style of professor lecturing to students is working, there is no need for change. I disagree. Rote memorization of material students will forget in a period of weeks is unacceptable. University's must prepare and challenge students with real problems to engage with and solve Great vlog, keep this material coming! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.