printable version of page Printer-friendly page

Activity-based Instruction: Why and How

This self-study introduces practitioners to activity-based instructional methods. These instructional approaches emphasize cognitive development, a critical aspect for GED students who plan to enter postsecondary education and training.

Examine the implications of the research reported in Cognitive Skills Matter in the Labor Market, Even for School Dropouts, Outline the pros and cons of two activity-based instructional methodsócollaborative learning and project-based learning.

Follow the steps to self-study below.

  1. Read the related research. next arrow
  2. Reflect on this research and your practice. next arrow
  3. Focus on an aspect of your practice. next arrow

Updated 7/27/07 :: Copyright © 2005 NCSALL