In Analytic Teams, each team member assumes a different role with specific responsibilities to perform while listening to a lecture or watching a video.
In Translate That!, you pause your lecture and call on a student at random to “translate” the information you just provided into plain English for an imagined audience that you specify.
In Guided Notes, the instructor provides a set of partial notes that students complete during the lecture, focusing their attention on key points.
Lecture Engagement Logs are records that students keep to document the various academic activities they engage in for a particular class.
The instructor provides students with a provocative statement and prompts them to locate details, examples, or data in their lecture notes to support the statement.
A Lecture Wrapper is a tool for teaching students self-monitoring behavior as they identify key points from a lecture and then compare their points to the instructor’s list of points.
A Triple-Jump is a three-step technique that requires students to think through and attempt to solve a real-world problem.
An Advance Organizer is a tool that professors can present to students prior to a lecture to help them structure the information they are about to learn.
In Comprehensive Factors List, students write all the relevant factors they can think of about a specific topic, drawing from course content and personal experiences.
In Cued Notes, students use a template to prompt them to record a cue that you provide and to take notes on a lecture segment tied to the cue. Then, the template prompts students to summarize the full lecture.
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