Active learning: creating excitement in the classroom
School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University, Feb 14, 1991 - Education - 104 pages
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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