A Guide To Facilitating Interactive Learning
This guide offer practical suggestions on facilitating interactive learning processes.
The tools and techniques described in this book have been influenced by experiences gathered by the authors facilitating groups with students from different disciplinary backgrounds and cultures working together on analysis and solution of actual problems related to sustainable development.
This guide is targeted for teachers or lecturers who intend to facilitate or introduce interactive learning processes in their teaching.
The guide may also serve as a memory refresher for practicing facilitators.
For a novice, it is a useful self-study guide to effectively and efficiently facilitate groups with diverse backgrounds and interests to achieve a common goal without going through the frustration of trial and error.
The authors K.
Owusu Jr., E.
Adjabeng and C.
Verwey are professionals engaged in natural resources management and sustainable development through training and research using interactive learning approaches.
They apply facilitation techniques to help their students or working groups discover and appropriate knowledge.