From Sage on the Stage to Guide on the Side
Alison King 1993 College Teaching v41 no1 p30-35

Students learn by incorporating understanding of the subject into their existing knowledge base, and so must take an active role rather than being passively taught. The professor's job is therefore to facilitate learning rather than lecture. This article discusses several active-learning techniques that instructors can use to help students construct knowledge, such as think-pair-share, guided reciprocal peer questioning, jigsaw, and co-op co-op.

This resource is referenced here:
Resource Type: Magazine ArticleKeywords: cooperative learning, groups, active learning, interactive lecture