Here’s the Scoop #6
Instead of having learners sitting and listening to a lecture, get them engaged by putting them in groups to compete on an authentic task. For example, see which team can complete a pre-inspection the most accurately and quickly. Maybe one group evaluates the other, given their knowledge and experience, and set a time. Providing competition on an authentic task keeps them engaged on an important real-world task.
- Engages learners in a real-world task
- Places the learner at the center of the learning experience
- Reinforces concepts with peer input and engagement