Digital Learning

Observation VS participation: learning that works for students

E.M.Forster once remarked “spoon-feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon”. While ‘spoon-feeding’ remains rare, it is notable that too often lessons continue to consist of a teacher standing at the front of a classroom in a lecture format, and as a result, we often fail to truly and creatively engage students in their own education. Here, Alexandra Mounier, EMEA Business Education Development Manager at eInstruction, explores how the latest classroom technology can allow students to play an active role in their learning through an ongoing process of sharing, discussing and contributing that encourages the development of successful learners.

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