Learn by teaching

maryziller 355 1 1
"Students learn more when they construct learning experiences for others.
You might be familiar with the "learning pyramid" which states that students
remember 10% of what they read, 20% of what they hear, 30% of what is
demonstrated to them, 50% of what they discuss, and 75% of what they
practice. That same pyramid states that students retain 90% of what they
teach others. You can check the learning pyramid at:
http://homepages.gold.ac.uk/polovina/learnpyramid.

From: Moodle 1.9 Teaching Techniques by William Rice and Susan Smith Nash, p. 10.
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tivrfoa 20
Yeah Mary. Speaking in percentages, you are 100% correct. =)
Anytime you have to teach something, you are forced to plan, think and act on what you learned which really drives it home.

Read more: http://learnthis.ca/2008/03/the-best-wa ... z0mExTiufD

Donay Mendonça 61360 21 100 1490
Mary,

I usually have my students explain(teach) things they are taught.This is a very effective way of improving their performance.

Thanks for sharing...

Flavia.lm 4075 1 10 94
Some forum members have very good English but only come here to ask questions, never answer other colleagues’s questions. I'm sure they are missing a very good opportunity to learn.