Subject: Aktivno učenje; grupno učenje; učenje putem čitanja; rješavanje problema; konceptualne mape; video kao sredstvo učenja; sekvenca predvidjeti – opažati – objasniti; tradicionalna nastava | Active learning; group learning; learning by reading; problem solving; conceptual maps; video as learning tool; predict – observe – explain sequence; traditional teaching
Putting students in the center of the educational process and using the results of educational research are basic characteristics of an important movement whose objective is learning improvement in many university courses. For mechanics courses there is experimental evi... View more
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