The aim of this activity is to give the students the opportunity to talk about the concepts seen in class and to discuss with their peers through peer learning. Students benefit by recieveing immediate feedback with the IF-AT cards, ensuring that they do not fall behind.
This 15-25 min activity uses the two-stage exam strategy and is integrated into the lesson plan. It is given at the beginning of each lecture as the final stage of learning the concepts seen in the previous lecture. In this activity students first answer three conceptual multiple-choice questions individually, then through discuss and arrive at a consensus in their teams and submit a second answer sheet. The teacher, while circulating is able to see if their are areas of the material that students had trouble with and require more review on.
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