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UF's Warrington College is leading the way with its Active Learning Studio with student-centered classrooms to encourage students to actively engage in learning. Visit the Active Learning Studio at http://warrington.ufl.edu/centers/ctla/activeLearning.asp.
"What I hear I forget, what I see I remember, what I do I understand" - old Chinese proverb
Using activities in your lessons is a great way to ensure learners perform tasks to accomplish the objectives you set for them. This enables them to secure the true knowing that comes only from deep learning, and thus paves the way for them to move from passive learners to active ones.
Debriefing Learning Activities with EDIT
Debriefing is structured in a way that guides the learner to recall and discuss what he/she experienced. It involves open-ended, reflective questions the instructor uses and follows a sequential process I refer to as EDIT, which stands for: