Learning activities

Critical reflection is a “meaning-making process” that helps us set goals, use what we’ve learned in the past to inform future action and consider the real-life implications of our thinking

As learning tools, writing exercises are valuable because they help students think critically about course material while encouraging them to grasp, organize, and integrate prior knowledge with new concepts.

There are three main points to consider when preparing to deliver a lecture or lead a tutorial:

Active learning is based on constructivism, a learning theory that asserts that learners construct their own understanding of a topic by building upon their prior knowledge

Effective question strategies capture students' attention, foster student involvement, and facilitate a positive, active learning environment