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  1. Active LearningActive Teaching Mark Roddy Seattle University

  2. Active Learning AL: “doing things and thinking about the things we are doing.”

  3. Active Learning AL: “doing things and thinking about the things we are doing.” constructing understanding

  4. Active Learning AL: “doing things and thinking about the things we are doing.” constructing understanding metacognition

  5. Some examples, high tech and low Active Learning AL: semi-autonomous metacognitive construction of understanding.

  6. Nine Planetshttp://nineplanets.org/tour/

  7. PhET Gas Properties Circuit Construction Kit http://phet.colorado.edu/

  8. $1 Tire pressure gauge $1 Experimenting with the tire pressure in the staff parking lot…

  9. $1 Two Thermometers $1 Gathering and analyzing data, solving problems, formulating experiments, etc.

  10. The DRD

  11. What do we want? • conceptual understanding • fluent skills • positive dispositions Science and math as ways of making sense of the world

  12. What do we want? We want people who can and will use mathematics and science effectively as tools in their efforts to make sense of the world. We want people who are equipped and inclined to wonder.

  13. Assimilate? Accommodate? Ignore? How shall we teach? “…knowledge one has acquired without sufficient structure to tie it together is knowledge that is quite likely to be forgotten. An unconnected set of facts has a pitiably short half-life in memory. Organizing facts in terms of principles and ideas from which they may be inferred is the only known way of reducing the quick rate of loss of human memory.”- Jerome Bruner, 1960

  14. Assimilate? Accommodate? Ignore? How shall we teach? “The best way to create interest in a subject is to render it worth knowing, which means to make the knowledge gained usable in one’s thinking beyond the situation in which the learning has occurred.”- Jerome Bruner, 1961

  15. Active Learning / Active Teaching AL: semi-autonomous metacognitive construction of understanding. AT: ?

  16. Active Learning / Active Teaching AL: semi-autonomous metacognitive construction of understanding. AT: semi-autonomous metacognitive implementation of pedagogical content knowledge.

  17. Active Learning / Active Teaching

  18. Active LearningActive Teaching