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Abraham 1Qveyon AbrahamMRS. KilgoreCollege Success ToolboxIdentify, define, and provide specific examples of the 5 types of active learningyou are asked to do in college.Success in the college is associated with the ability to attain goals and objectives. In thiscase, there are certain types of active learning activities that must be done that includeDiscussion – The discussion refers to a way through which students can come togetherto talk about an issue or task assigned after a lecture. For example, certain assignmentsare given to the class to work on a group. Such an assignment requires critical thinkingin order to resolve. Hence the aspect of brainstorming and listening must be involvedeffectively.Group-work - group work is a way of performing cooperate learning where theknowledge is shared and explained in order to help the weaker learners[Jos10]. In thiscase, the studies normally take part in a discussion group in order to evaluate the taskassignment by the lecturers. For instance, the team assignments and task allocation forresearch purpose stand out in my studies.Brainstorming – Many times you are faced by a task that is complex to crack. At such amoment, you are required to brainstorm with a friend in order to get an insight into how
Abraham 2the task should be solved. For example, the research class normally has some complexparts such as problem statement that requires discussion with the professor.Note taking – During the lectures, group work, and the decision there is need to takenotes. In this case, useful information is captured from the teachings and used forrevision later or even while answering exams.Listening – As a student it is expected that the instruction being given by the lecturer isreceived and understood for the sake of gaining knowledge. During the class work, thelecturer teaches certain content that must be understood and later evaluated using anexam or an assignment.Identify, define, and explain 3 strategies for improving your creative thinking.

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