Object-Based Learning Tips

objects

 

 

  1. Ask open-ended questions when you give your objects out because the idea is to generate questions and opinions rather than factual knowledge.
  2. Object-Based Learning works well as a ‘good place to start’ when introducing topics.
  3. Object-Based Learning works well as a ‘good place to end’ when asking students to summarise what they have learnt about a topic
  4. Objects help to make a learning activity or learning point, memorable. You may have anecdotes about the object that can enhance this.

 

This page is a product of Dr David Smith’s LEAD Associate project on Object-Based Learning 2016-17