Active learning: creating excitement in the classroom

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School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University, Feb 14, 1991 - Education - 104 pages
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Presents active learning as a teaching method that results in greater student involvement and knowledge retention. Includes modifications to traditional lectures, alternative lecture formats, challenges in active learning, practical strategies, and more.

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Contents

Pausing for Enhanced Retention and Comprehension
10
Discussion Material
23
Problem Solving
38
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

TRACEY SUTHERLAND is director of faculty development at Truman State University (formerly Northeast Missouri State University), Kirksville, Missouri.

CHARLES C. BONWELL Robert J. Menges is professor of education and social policy, and program director of the Center for the Teaching Professions, Northwestern University. Marilla D. Svinicki is director of the Center for Teaching Effectiveness, University of Texas.

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