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Good practices @ University of Groningen

Good practices @ University of Groningen
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We’re going to conclude. First place goes to team Peach Second place goes to team Blue. They finished first, but made some errors. And third place goes to team Lime. They took their time, but made the least errors. We’re continuing this class with the assignments.

Curious how active learning is actually facilitated in practice? Find out by watching these shots of Jon teaching a small group teaching session.

Jon is teaching a small group on Management Science. During his session, he lets his students engage, in small groups, with an online quiz. Jon has prepared the quiz to review last week’s material. Another advantage of this use of a quiz is that students enter a competition with fellow students to master the material, and they have to explain their understanding of it when the group is in disagreement.

View Jon’s profile on FutureLearn.

Or you might want to take a look at the videos produced with Harvard professor Eric Mazur when he came to visit the University of Groningen in November 2015. See our ‘See also’ section below.

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