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Columbia College Active learning Video Discussion

Columbia College

Question Description

I’m stuck on a Psychology question and need an explanation.

Answer the below three questions, watch the video clip and read the attached article.

What is active learning?
How do I become an active learner?
What are 3 principles of deep and lasting learning?
Video clip, 13 Scientific backed study habits: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bxv9lf5HjZM
Optional video clip, How to study with intense focus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hP5TNI_2VRs

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HOW TO BECOME AN ACTIVE LEARNER (Zayapragassarazan, 2014). Passive vs. Active Learning The passive learner allows information to be brought to them. They are often described as empty cups that are waiting to be filled by information. Passive learners simply take in information without thinking about what they can do with it. The active learner seeks out information and engages with it. They have an intention to learn, and choose to participate in the learning process by reaching towards new information. They can be described as a trees seeking out new information with their branches. Active learners have beens hown to have improved learning outcomes compared to passive learners (Michael, Carter & Varella, 2009) PASSIVE LEARNING ACTIVE LEARNING Listening to a lecture Asking questions and participating in discussions during a lecture Reading a textbook Highlighting, taking notes, doing practice questions while reading a textbook Watching an experiment Doing an experiment Reading over your notes Reading over notes while highlighting key words, predicting test questions, thinking of questions to ask next class Created by Joey Faria (Learning Resources Intern), Isabella Scurfield (Learning Resources Intern) & Patricia Diaz del Castillo (Learning Resources Advisor) Office for Students with Disabilities, McGill University (2016) HOW TO BECOME AN ACTIVE LEARNER 1. Prepare a) Before each class, do the assigned readings. Take notes and actively engage with the reading material by relating it to everyday life b) Review the lecture material from the previous class c) Hypothesize about what will be discussed in the next class 2) In Class a) If lecture slides are available, print them out/download them before class. You can use them as a guide, which will allow you to better follow the lecture. b) As your professor lectures, do the following: i) Take notes (either on the lecture slides, or on your computer/in a notebook) ii) Think about how to relate the information to everyday life iii) Ask questions during class, or write them down so you can ask the TA/Professor afterwards iv) Relate new information to what you already know v) Keep a list of things you want to know more about and take the time to look them up after class 3) In Labs/Tutorials a) Review relevant notes and readings before b) Come up with a list of questions to ask your TA – should be focused on what that lab/tutorial is about c) Throughout the lab/tutorial, take notes, ask questions, write down ideas and relate what you are learning to material discussed in class and to your readings 4) When Studying a) Hypothesize possible exam questions as your go through the material b) Come up with your own practice problems to solve c) Discuss course material with friends/classmates – relate it back to your own life or experiences d) Practice teaching the material to others (friends/classmates/family members) References: Benware, C. A. & Deci, E. L. (1984). Quality of Learning with an Active versus Passive Motiational Set. American Educational Research Journal, 21(4), 755-765. Michel, N., Cater, J. J. & Varela, O. (2009). Active versus passive teaching styles: An empirical study of student learning outcomes. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 20(4), 397–418. Zayapragassarazan, Z. (2014). Active Learning Methods in Higher Education [PowerPoint ]. Retrieved October 12th, 2016, from http://www.slideshare.net/zprazan/active-learning-methods-in-higher-education-compatibility-mode-41342513 Created by Joey Faria (Learning Resources Intern), Isabella Scurfield (Learning Resources Intern) & Patricia Diaz del Castillo (Learning Resources Advisor) Office for Students with Disabilities, McGill University (2016) ...
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What is Active Learning?
Active learning is an instructional method that engages the student in the process of
gaining information. It can also be described as a form of learning where the teachers are
facilitators rather than one-way providers of information. This kind of learning, therefore, strives
to involve students in the process of modifying existing knowledge, behaviors, skills, and values,
or acquiring new knowledge more directly than in other forms of learning. In active learning, the
teachers allow the students to partici...

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