Face to face
|Learning and Teaching in Practice|
|Module 6: Critique learning design|
|Learning environments||Introduction | Face to face | Online and distance | Blended learning | Summary|
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.
1: A 'traditional' lecture. One-to-many, with a one-way flow of information.
2: Another lecture. Although the physical environment is different from #1 the learning and teaching approaches seem similar.