Mr Glen O’Grady, Director of CHELT – Centre for Higher Education, Learning and Teaching, and Frederick Chew, Senior Educational Designer and Deputy Manager for CASS, recently ran a wonderful workshop on deep and active learning.
Using the Echo360 Active Learning Platform (ALP) to present their case, they talked about why deep and active learning is important in engaging students and enhancing their learning experience. They also discussed some methods and techniques you can use to invite active learning. The ALP platform, which will be available to you in 2018, is one of the many tools you can use to engage students.
We are lucky to be able to share their wisdom through their slides which you can access here.
Want to learn more about deep and active learning? Find out more through our ANU Coffee Course on Deep and Interactive Learning in Lectures.