Sex and Relationships Education, Personal, Social and Health Education, Educational Resources and Training
SRE Training Methodology
Hilary Dixon

Active Learning

Active learning (sometimes called experiential learning) is based on the work of Kolb 4 and others who recognised that people are all different and we learn in different ways; and that, if learning is to be successful, it needs to take account of different learning styles. Active learning is widely recognised (in the UK at least) as the most appropriate approach for sexuality, sexual health and relationships training and teaching.
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