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1.What does it mean to take ownership of your own learning? In your response, describethe difference between active and passive learning.2.What is the role of the course instructor in the learning process?3.What is the role of peer assessment in the learning process?Taking ownership of my own learning is part of active learning. Active learning happens when thestudent actively participates in the learning process, asking questions, discussing the subject withclassmates and the instructor. On the other hand, passive learning is when the student learns from asource but can not interact with that source (can not ask questions, discuss the subject or getfeedback from anyone). Comparing these two kinds of learning we can see that active learning is abetter method: here the student clears his doubts asking questions and get feedback from theinstructor about what to do next.In college, the instructor no longer monitors you to check if you are studying the material or offer
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Psychology, Educational Psychology, ownership of your own learning

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