The importance of Task-Based experience
Active engagement can take many forms: doing, thinking, reacting, absorbing, observing, reflecting, preparing, considering, analyzing, selecting, raking, interpreting, evaluation, etc.
a) Personalized: The task allows the observer the opportunity to engage with the experience on an individual basis.
b) Generative: The instructional process [is] productive in a mathematical sense so that it teaches both content and a way of thinking which can continue to generate solutions beyond that specific context.
c) Inquiry-based, discovery-oriented, inductive and potentially problem-solving: It allows teachers to come to their own understanding of the classroom based on their own experience instead of giving them pre-packaged solutions.
d) Resource base: The task allows teachers to build up experience and understanding that will serve them as a resource base for their own teaching classroom decision-making.