Active Teaching 

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Active teaching involves a great deal of demonstrating and letting students to engage with the materials, communicate with each other. It’s not about waiting them to sit quietly and listen carefully. Instead, as teachers we need to interact with students and guide them about  how to complete or go on an activity or a task. We need to actively assess student progress. In that way we’ll help them to develop critical thinking skills, and we’ll motivate them.  Examples of active teaching include problem solving, brainstorming, role playing, jigsaw, interactive demonstrations…

Remember: Students are at the center! 

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