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Active learning involves students actively working with the material, for example:
- by actively connecting the material to their prior knowledge
- by practising specific skills in an active and targeted manner
- by applying knowledge to solve problems
Peer review and tests
Online testing involves the use of ICT in the testing and assessment process. In addition to using the administration of tests (via a computer, smartphone or other device), ICT can also be used in practically all stages of the assessment cycle. Both summative and formative tests can be administered online.
Collaborative learning is a situation in which students share responsibility and interact with each other in order to carry out tasks with a common goal or joint end product. In practice, collaborative learning is often confused with collaboration, although these are actually two distinct concepts: collaborative learning focuses more on the content and the material while collaboration focuses more on the process and the cooperation itself. There is no fixed boundary between the two, but it is important that both the lecturer and the students have a clear idea of the main focus of a collaborative assignment: the material, the process or both.