Chris Watkins Active Learning is Better Learning

The development of more active learning is one element in changing the culture of a classroom. Culture may not change overnight (although it may do so more quickly than you predict) but it is the thing that has the impact. A culture of active inquiry contrasts with a right answer culture, in which learners of all sorts (young people and adults too) learn that its effective to be passive, and attainment suffers accordingly.


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