This week’s posting offers 23 techniques of active learning. The techniques range from think/pair/share where students are prompted to think about a question, then share it in groups of two, and finally share it with the rest of the students, to peer surveys where students work together to fill out a summary of an idea or concept, with relevant information and remaining questions on the topic. Smaller activities are also listed such as the two column method which encourages students to classify things that would or would not apply to a concept, building their understanding as they proceed.