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The Talk2 Group utilises a multidisciplinary approach integrating psychology research, behavioural analysis, and social-emotional learning (SEL) principles into our services.
The 5E learning model—Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate—is widely used to promote active learning and critical thinking among students. It's great that you're leveraging this framework to design programs that are not only educational but also enjoyable and motivating for students.

We use the 5E learning model because each stage plays a crucial role in the learning process:

- Engage: Capturing students' interest and curiosity at the beginning of the session.

- Explore: Allowing students to actively investigate concepts, often through hands-on activities or experiments.

- Explain: Providing explanations and introducing formal concepts, connecting students' explorations to theoretical knowledge.

- Elaborate: Allowing students to apply their understanding in new contexts or through more complex activities.

- Evaluate: Assessing students' understanding and progress, often through various forms of assessment.

By structuring our programs around these stages, we're fostering deeper learning experiences that resonate with participants. 


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