Active Learning

“An extensive literature has established the value of active, engaged, and collaborative forms of learning for students. The effective educational practices described in here reflect more than two decades of work on campus to translate these broad research findings into curriculum and pedagogy. The recommended practices, while not exhaustive, provide a “cornerstone to capstone” framing that potentially fosters active intellectual engagement and practice across the entire educational experience.” (George Kuh, 2008, AACU)

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 Active Learning Strategies-Mills