Digital active teaching methods

Teaching has suddenly taken on a whole new dimension for a lot of us thanks to the COVID-19 virus that has spread all over the world. A lot of focus and attention on online platforms is being given to tools and instructions on how you can keep in touch with your students. But what about the didactics and pedagogy? In this file you’ll find 54 active teaching methods that can also be used in your digital lessons!⁠

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Teaching has suddenly taken on a whole new dimension for a lot of us thanks to the COVID-19 virus that has spread all over the world. A lot of focus and attention on online platforms is being given to tools and instructions on how you can keep in touch with your students. But what about the didactics and pedagogy? In this file you’ll find 54 active teaching methods that can also be used in your digital lessons!⁠

Do you like the work I am doing? You can download this file and pay what you want. In the “name your price” window you can enter 0 if you don’t want to pay anything or name any other price you think is fitting for this product.

These 54 teaching activities are divided over 5 categories:

Activating prior knowledge: These are teaching methods that you could use at the beginning of your lesson or lessoncycle. These teaching methods test the prior knowledge of the students and set the scope for the upcoming lesson(s).

Acquiring new knowledge: These are teaching methods that help students to acquire new know-ledge in an active way, other than the teacher telling them the information or letting them read the information from a textbook.

Processing knowledge: These are teaching methods that let students process the newly

acquired knowledge by letting them create something using this knowledge.

Round up of the lesson: These are teaching methods that can be used at the end of a lesson or at the end of a lessoncycle. Letting students reflect on what they have learned and how they have learned this. Also giving you an insight as a teacher on what the students really learned and what could maybe use some more attention.

Energizers: These are energizers that can be used throughout the lessons to let students refresh themselves and regain their energy during the lesson.

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