27 Strategies For Guiding and Facilitating the Learning Process
Long gone are the days when students sat in neatly arranged rows and listened attentively while the teacher gave then an hour-long lecture about proper nouns. The classroom has made a 360-degree turnaround since then. Instead of being passive vessels into which knowledge is poured, today’s student is an active participant in the learning process. In today’s model, teachers create meaningful, interactive learning experiences, and serve as facilitators or guides. Students, in turn, use these experiences to learn new skills and construct their knowledge. So what is the best way to approach this process? In the graphic below, you will find 27 strategies for guiding and facilitating the learning process. Enjoy!