FLO Friday Inductive Learning (Nov 18, 2022)
From Paula Gaube
Facilitator: Annie Prud'homme-Généreux
Host: Gwen Nguyen, L & T Advisor, BCcampus
Inductive learning (also called analogical learning, learning through comparison, or learning through examples) helps learners build their own understanding and develop their critical thinking abilities. Inductive learning has been shown to result in greater depth and more robust (longer lasting) learning and to help learners transfer what they learn to new situations.
In this FLO Friday session, you will learn about this approach through examples, reflect on the learner experience of using this approach, and examine how to select examples to maximize the learning experience. You will formulate your own understanding of inductive learning, learn how to design activities, and refine your understanding through discussions with your peers. Come and learn about inductive learning — inductively!
Your FLO facilitator for this session is Dr. Annie Prud’homme-Généreux. To learn more about Annie, visit Meet the FLO Facilitator: Annie Prud’homme-Généreux.BCcampus FLO workshop held on November 18, 2022
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