Teachers generally refer to the term "active learning" to describe student-oriented teaching and learning practices. Even if recognizing and appreciating the complexities of this approach, it is essential to approach the design phase effectively. The paper aims firstly to support the acquirement of the knowledge related to the “Interactive, Constructive, Active, and Passive” and the “Co-creative teaching and learning” models; secondly, to apply these frameworks to assessment, focusing on feedback strategies that can enhance the students' agency at different levels of complexity.

Active, Constructive, Interactive… Co-creative! Suggestions for a participative instructional and assessment design

Silva, Roberta;Bevilacqua, Alessia Maria Aurora
2022-01-01

Abstract

Teachers generally refer to the term "active learning" to describe student-oriented teaching and learning practices. Even if recognizing and appreciating the complexities of this approach, it is essential to approach the design phase effectively. The paper aims firstly to support the acquirement of the knowledge related to the “Interactive, Constructive, Active, and Passive” and the “Co-creative teaching and learning” models; secondly, to apply these frameworks to assessment, focusing on feedback strategies that can enhance the students' agency at different levels of complexity.
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Student-oriented learning; ICAP model; Co-creative teaching and learning; Student-oriented assessment; Feedback.
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