Modern Pedagogy, Part 1 Active learning and Challenge based learning

Passive Learning

Students learn by taking in information presented to them.


listening to a lecture
watching videos and films
looking at presentation slides

Active Learning

Students are doing something with the content to enhance their understanding.

Group Work
Problem solving


University of Florida Center of Instructional Technology and Training on Active Learning -

Using Active Learning in the Classroom PDF from Florida State University -

Challenge Based Learning


Digital Promise: Challenge Based Learning -

Digital Promise: Challenge Based Learning Guide -

What is Project Based Learning? -


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