How Students Can Take Ownership of Their Learning
When surveyed, students repeatedly described what helps them learn best as “hands-on,” “interactive,” and “activities.” They said these words far more than even the word “fun.”
If we couple interactive learning with what students are enthusiastic about, learning is suddenly both involved and meaningful.
This article discusses that idea through the lens of student ownership, and how you can increase success by examining tested practices and pedagogy case studies.
It touches on topics like:
- Using Learning Objectives to Enhance Ownership
- How to Capture Students’ Impulse to Learn
- Building the Data-Informed Classroom
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