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Active Learning - Listening Team

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Listening Team

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Active Learning - Listening Team

  1. 1. L/O/G/O Listening Team Winter of 2014Winter of 2014 Presenter: MohsenPresenter: Mohsen ShaarifiradShaarifirad PhD Student of AgriculturalPhD Student of Agricultural Extension and EducationExtension and Education
  2. 2. Listening Team Listening Team LearningPercent When student having enough time to have interaction with lesson subject, at that time Active Learning can happen. (not just seeing and hearing) After each teaching we expect for arriving to Learning After each teaching we expect for arriving to Learning Learning
  3. 3. Active Learning(Tips( Active learning requires deeper planning than simply leading students through a classroom behavior. Active learning involves providing opportunities for students to meaningfully talk and listen, write, read, and reflect on the content, ideas, issues, and concerns of an academic subject. (Meyers & Jones, 1993, p. 6)
  4. 4. Active Learning(Tips( Actually with using the methods of teaching which students reach to active learning we help them for memorizing the information in their long-term memories. Actually with using the methods of teaching which students reach to active learning we help them for memorizing the information in their long-term memories.
  5. 5. Listening Team is a technique that it deals with not just listening… Listening Team There are taking notes, asking questions and summarize at result of revolving students with teaching issue and materials A kind of teaching methods
  6. 6. How to Set up the team (Roles( 2 1 4 3 Questioner: Gives examples or applications of key concepts. Questioner: Gives examples or applications of key concepts. Givers: After the presentation, give an example from your own experience. Givers: After the presentation, give an example from your own experience. Agrees: After the presentation, be ready to tell one point you agree with (or find helpful) and explain why Agrees: After the presentation, be ready to tell one point you agree with (or find helpful) and explain why Disagrees: After the presentation, comment on one point you disagree with (or find unhelpful) and explain why Disagrees: After the presentation, comment on one point you disagree with (or find unhelpful) and explain why
  7. 7. 2 3 How to Set up the team (Roles( rotate the tasks around the groups
  8. 8. -While listening to the lecture or video, think of examples, questions, and areas of disagreement and agreement. -After the presentation, meet as a group for 5-10 minutes to share ideas and finalize your contributions. - Groups will share examples and ask clearly questions of the professor or other groups to solidify their understanding of the key concepts. Assignments Mel Silberman, 1996. Active Learning: 101 Strategies to Teach Any Subject Once you have the teams set up, give themOnce you have the teams set up, give them their assignment:their assignment:
  9. 9. They also provide opportunities for questioning and group discussion Advantages “Listening teams” is a simple idea that encourages students to keep focusing There is an informal situation Members of groups do solidify their information that they realized Getting rid of noisy students due to their turns
  10. 10. Can be time consuming Limitations Group members must be quite knowledgeable about subject The team may not represent The team may not exactly reflect the views It doesn’t completely deal with doing and Active Learning
  11. 11. L/O/G/O Marchese (1998) says “Active learning has the ring of a slogan; passive learning is an oxymoron.” Antonym

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