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Lingad, Jennie Mascarinas, Mark Nogoy, Princess Santos, Marjorie Soliman, Lea

ACTIVITY BASED TEACHING STRATEGY

Objectives
At the end of the discussion we shall have: ‡ Identified the different types of Activity-based Learning. ‡ Compare and contrast traditional-based learning from problem-based learning. ‡ Enumerate the advantages and limitations of self-learning module. ‡ Cite examples of the activity strategic method.

Activity based teaching strategy

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING

SELF LEARNING MODULES

What is activity based teaching strategy?

What is activity based teaching strategy?
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Definition

This strategy allows students to teach the new content to each other. Of course they must be accurately guided by instructors.

Advantages

Disadvantages

- Practice, through manipulation and free self expression - Apply their knowledge on how to deal with certain situations or how to solve problems

- Failure to master the scheme makes the practice of the instruction half baked. - It becomes frustrating on the part of the slow learners - It is less practical to use in social sciences

Advantages

Disadvantages

- Develops students social self and sense of belonging - Lessens the anxiety of the students

- If it is group based, not everyone will participate

Activity based teaching strategy

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
- alternative to traditional classroom learning.

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
Students responsibility Problem must be ill-structured Integrated from wide range of subjects Presents Complex/Real-Life Situations Collaboration is essential Teacher acts as facilitator and mentor

Problem based learning vs Traditional

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
Advantages: - Improving students problem-solving skills - Ensures deeper understanding - Motivate and excite the students to learn Limitations: - The teacher needs good tutorial skills - Takes longer time - Students might not be able to determine what is important to learn in the topic

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
Advantages: - Promotes students confidence - Promotes group cooperation Limitations: - Needs proper planning - Students might not have enough theoretical knowledge on the subject matter

Activity based teaching strategy

SELF LEARNING MODULES

SELF LEARNING MODULES

- designed for participants to do independently when they are unable to attend individual or group education sessions.

Importance:
‡ It enhance one s studying habits ‡ Give chance for those who don t have the time to study in a school/university.

Advantages:

Limitations:

- Cost-effective - Consistent - Provides opportunity to review and reflect on information

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Lack of human contact Unmotivated students Limited May induce boredom

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