Face to face

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With face-to-face (kanohi-ki-te-kanohi) learning, the teacher and learners are in the same physical space as one another. Within this broad definition, face-to-face learning can take many forms. Please look at the MOSAIC initiative at Indiana University where active learning spaces have been introduced.

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Choose one image from each row and compare the two face-to-face learning environments:

  • which theories or models of learning appear to underlie each one?
  • what technology is incorporated and how is it being used?
  • what do you believe is the role of the teacher?