Solution 1 : Active Learning for all Students
Children in the UK spend nearly 2.5 hours on a computer, laptop or tablet, 2 hours watching television and 3 hours on their phone throughout a typical day (RCPCH). With screen time objectively on the rise, the need to keep children less distracted and more involved has become a pressing matter.
If pupils are given something to do, as opposed to solely something to learn, the rate at which they will retain information could be exponential. “Doing” demands critical thinking and “active learning” requires students to consciously engage with the material. Building student participation and meaningful learning builds the necessary environment to grow.
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