Active Learning

Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence

At Saint Leo, we believe that our students should be actively involved in the learning process. Regardless of whether your students are sharing a table on campus, connecting remotely from their family room, or working at 3:00 AM from some faraway location, they should be engaged in meaningful activities that help them not only master the content, but also gain awareness about their own learning processes. Rather than being passive participants in their courses, our students write about their ideas, work collaboratively to solve problems, and curate resources that bridge their experiences with their education. All of these are examples of active learning.

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What is Active Learning?


How to Make your Teaching More engaging


To Learn, Students Need to DO Something


Active Learning” Has Become a Buzzword (and Why that Matters)


Think-Pair-Share


Concept Mapping


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