Brainstorming is a technique that allows the group to produce multiple solutions or ideas to a problem or topic. This activity includes many benefits and roles within the process, especially those of cooperation and leadership.
For the buzz group activity, learners are broken up into to small groups and presented with a problem or topic. In order to arrive at a resolution, they learners might discuss, brainstorm or research the issue at hand. In order to disseminate information and ideas...
The case study instructional strategy allows learners to apply analysis, knowledge, and problem-solving skills to real-life scenarios. Learners are provided with an actual problem or dilemma and must critically untangle the issue to arrive at a solution. This may be conducted individually or as a part of a group.
During demonstration and practice, the instructor exhibits a skill to the learners whereby the learners are provided with time to practice it. This is usually done with a skill the learners must be able to complete by the end of the course or module as per the course outcomes.
This page will provide you with a quick list of different learning strategies, which is by no means exhaustive, but will supply you with strategies that will help your students become active participants in the learning process: