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Ideas to Integrate Technology and Digital Resources into the Three Phases of the Teaching and Learning Process

The Three Phases of the Teaching and Learning Process

During the preparing for learning phase, the problem is presented to students in order to set the context. Various activities are proposed to activate prior knowledge and encourage students to express their understanding, doubts, and hypotheses, etc. Lastly, the general plan for the situation is presented to them or established with their help.

In the next phase, students carry out the proposed tasks. The resulting production may be presented to an audience (students in the class, students in other classes, parents, etc.) if applicable. This step should include periodic pauses for feedback to come back on strategies, to reflect on the knowledge mobilized and competencies developed, to recognize the links between the subject or subjects and the problem, etc.

The integrating learning phase provides an opportunity to encourage students to reflect on WHAT they have achieved, verbalize WHAT they have learned from the problem (especially with regard to the educational aims of the Broad Areas of Learning), explain HOW the learning was acquired, describe the difficulties encountered and the methods used to deal with them, and discuss the possibilities for using the subject-specific learning they have acquired in other contexts.

Precision: We sometimes give concrete examples of the three phases of the teaching and learning process in action. Depending on the selected pedagogical intention, they may be found in one or the other of these phases.