Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Active Learning

Olena Ivanivna Lutsenko

Oleksandr Dovzhenko Hlukhiv National Pedagogical University

Co-editor:

Gregory Lucenko

Oleksandr Dovzhenko Hlukhiv National Pedagogical University

The educational processes taking place in the world at the present stage require raising the level of training of highly qualified teachers, teachers, scholars of different profiles. The use of active forms of teaching in teaching professionals and various disciplines is due to several reasons: students must not only gain some knowledge but also be able to apply them in a specific practical ...

The educational processes taking place in the world at the present stage require raising the level of training of highly qualified teachers, teachers, scholars of different profiles. The use of active forms of teaching in teaching professionals and various disciplines is due to several reasons: students must not only gain some knowledge but also be able to apply them in a specific practical situation. For improvement and revitalization of the educational process is of great importance knowledge and taking into account those features of education, which determine the need for students to reorganize the existing stereotypes of educational work and equip them with new skills and learning and cognitive activity. Forming active student learning is one of the means of developing cognitive activity. The application of problematic and developmental training has led to the emergence of methods known as "active".


This project will provide an opportunity for all faculty members from all over the world to present their learning outcomes.
After all, modern society needs information in the field of psychological and pedagogical training of future students, teachers, scholars. The presented developments will add to the pedagogical case of knowledge, additional information that will be useful not only to teachers, teachers, and students but also parents.

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1. Non-Formal Education as a Foundation for Active Learning

By Roy Alonso Terrazas Marín and Brenda Linda Alvarado Espinoza

107

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2. Artificial Intelligence in Education

By Andrej Flogie and Boris Aberšek

526

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3. Usage-Based and Universal Grammar-Based Approaches to Second Language Acquisition

By Kim Hua Tan and Vafa Shojamanesh

640

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4. Active Learning: The Panacea to Miseducative Practices in Teacher Education

By Davison Zireva

83

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5. University Mathematics-Laden Education, Competencies and the Fighting of Syllabusitis

By Tomas Højgaard

39

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6. Activity-Based Online Learning: A Response to Dyslexia and COVID

By Charles Potter

30

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