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CEU Course Description
Hands-on learning can be a fun way to add interactivity to your lesson plans, but it’s also becoming clear that hands-on learning can benefit students for their entire lives. As tactile learning produces different brain activity and different types of memories than other, more traditional types of learning, it can be used to help students work towards mastery of subjects that previously eluded them. Hands-on learning can also help a student bolster a portfolio or become proficient in a skill they may use later on in a successful career. We’re also seeing evidence that hands-on learning can still be beneficial for remote and virtual students, as long as it’s implemented strategically. In this course, we’ll go over the benefits and proper implementation of hands-on learning.
CEU Course Objectives
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Course Date: 2022-06-14
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