An Active Learning ‘co-created ideas’ collection
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5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES
The aim of this work is to apply the active learning (AL) principles of knowledge co-creation and collaboration among academics; a PG Certificate cohort is the example given to illustrate how the communication and collation of ideas among a group of academics happens in practice. The chapter focuses on how a cohort of early-mid career academics can mentor each other and co-create resources. Through their interaction in this active learning activity, inexperienced educators who are interested in improving student engagement, through a process of dialogue and reflection, and in a short time-frame can co-create a suite of strategies that they can take to their own practice, contextualise and implement.
Donnelly, R., & Sai, Y. (2022). An Active Learning ‘co-created ideas’ collection. T. Betts & P. Oprandi (Eds.). (2022). 100 ideas for active learning. ALN and University of Sussex Library, DOI: 10.20919/OPXR1032/82