Welcome to active Learning

Active learning is a student centered approach in which the responsibility for learning is placed upon the student, often working in collaboration with classmates. In this active learning teachers are facilitators rather than one way providers of information. The presentation of facts, so often introduced through straight lecture, is deemphasized in favor of class discussion, problem solving, cooperative learning, and writing exercises (graded and ungraded). Other examples of active learning techniques include role-playing, case studies, group projects, think-pair-share, peer teaching, debates, Just-in-Time Teaching, and short demonstrations followed by class discussion.

Four Dashboard Lessons

How to use the World Class online Dashboard

Step by step video tutorials, Watch all the video from the first video to the last video. Here you will find all the answers concerning the dashboard.

Lesson One

Lesson Three

Lesson Two

Lesson Four

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