Thinking Actively in a Social Context (TASC), is a cyclical, dynamic and active model young learners can use to develop problem solving and thinking skills. In each stage of the TASC wheel, students participate actively in the learning process. The TASC learning model encourages students to identify their own prior knowledge of a subject, develop relevant questions, seek information, creatively communicate their findings, and evaluate their own work.
Introduction to Tasc
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