Amber. Age: 30.
Interactive teaching is all about instructing the students in a way they are actively involved with their learning process. There are different ways to create an involvement like this. You encourage your students to be active members of your class, thinking on their own, using their brains, resulting in long-term memory retention.
Kaliyah. Age: 21.
More Diversity Activities for Youth and Adults
Kolb and Frye, two leaders in adult educational theory, say that adults learn best through active participation and reflection. This form of learning is called "experiential" because it involves hands-on experience and observation as well as discussion and other forms of learning. In a sense, experiential learning is simply learning by doing -- but there is more to the process. Not only do learners take action, but they reflect on, learn from, and take new action based on experience.
Lilliana. Age: 28.
15 Math Games in 15 Minutes or Less
By Natalie Lorenzi. Get students hooked on these fun and effective math games so they can keep their number skills sharp! PreK—K1—23—56—8. As students transition into the new school year, help them sharpen their number skills with some of these fun and effective games.
This is particularly important in early learning as this is when children begin to form learning habits and explore the world around them. Experiential learning brings together observation, creativity and active interactions into early years education. It allows children to see purpose and to enjoy their learning experience.