Article published the December 5, 2014
Most educators agree students retain more knowledge if they are engaged in active learning. Dale’s Cone of Experience (Edgar Dale, Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching, 1969) suggests students remember 70% of what they say and 90% of what they both say and do. Conversely, they remember only 20% of what they hear and 30% of what they see. The former is active involvement, the latte ...
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