Active Learning: Learning by Teaching 

Presented by:Dr. Nellie Deutsch


Saturday, August 18 2012| 2:00 PM (EST)

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Who is the teacher? Active learning is about learning by teaching. But is that possible? Can students learn on their own without a formal teacher?

In 1999, Sugata Mitra hole in the wall experiment proved that teaching is indeed a way to learn. He placed a PC with a high speed Internet connection in the hole in the wall in the slums of Delhi. He added a hidden camera in the area so he could document what was happening. The children were able to learn without a teacher. How did that happen?

Language of instruction: English

Keywords: active learning, learning by teaching, mmvc12

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Nellie’s meetings are just wonderful. Thank you so very much Nellie. Halina

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