The 5 keys to active pedagogy

To dare active pedagogy, even from a distance, Maxime Laflamme, pedagogical advisor at École branchée, invites you to discover the 5 keys which allow students to be supported in their pedagogical activation.

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Do you know what the active pedagogy

In fact, if you place your students in a problem-solving situation, in project-based learning, in discussion or debate, in collaborative or cooperative mode, in peer teaching, in simulation or in role-playing, you are doing active pedagogy. .

These active learning methods have in common that they place the student at the center of the learning process. Active pedagogy then takes advantage of real contexts, who have meaning for the student, and thus promotes its level of motivation and commitment facing the task. The aim is to promote sustainable learning long-term rather than straining short-term memory. 

Easy to say, but is it that easy to do? The answer is yes, even in the context of distance education, thanks to five keys that allow you to support your students in their educational activation

To dare active pedagogy, even remotely, I give you access to these keys that I detailed during sessions Facebook live, on the École branchée page.

1- Contextualization

How to develop authentic learning activities?

2- The collaboration

Concretely, how do I get my students to collaborate, even remotely?

3- Feedback

What impacts can feedback have on learner engagement and motivation?

4- The implication

What motivation levers can be used to involve students in their learning?

5- Interaction

How to stimulate interactions and maintain the link, even from a distance?

The main concern of teachers who switch remotely remains undoubtedly student engagement. Active pedagogy could then be the solution in this particular context. As a result, several digital tools are there to support young people in their active learning methods. 

Are you interested in discovering my favorite apps? Watch or re-watch these video episodes during lunch!

Because we are all in this together and we need to find each other more than ever.

See you soon!

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About the Author

Maxime Laflamme
Maxime Laflamme
Maxime Laflamme is an educational advisor and project manager at École branchée. He is also editor-in-chief of the SCOOP! Educational guides. He has a bachelor's degree in preschool education and elementary education from the University of Sherbrooke and is pursuing a graduate degree in school management at Laval University. He transmits his passion for digital education and innovative practices through CréaCamps, conferences and workshops throughout the French-speaking world.

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