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Accelerate your progress through active learning

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I am going to ask you to finish the course in the most active way, by re-explaining each remaining chapter orally and in writing:

  • to somebody,

  • to something,

  • or to yourself.

Also, for each of your subjects of study, imagine at least one new active form of training. You could, for example, take your most passive action and boost it.

Next, test it and give feedback on the forum.

A summary of active learning

To encourage active learning, use as many of your senses at once as you can, engaging in activities that are as relevant and, thus, as engaging as possible.

Remember that according to the eminent American researcher, Edgar Dale, we find that:

Active learning activities are significantly more effective than passive.
Active learning activities are significantly more effective than passive.

Active learning gives you a general rule of conduct, applicable to any learning session and across all fields.

In the next chapter, we will address an active learning practice that is often very effective: teaching!

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