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Structuring Your Classroom for Active Learning 

Recent shifts higher education pedagogy has sparked an increased interest in and the adoption of active learning. Active learning emphasizes student discussions, questions and interaction which can be limited in traditional lecture style instruction. Active learning is a subset of cooperative learning that provide academicians with learning strategies to supplement rather than replace lectures. This teaching and learning methodology uses projects and group activities to drive student participation and collaboration. Faculty members who have embraced cooperative learning strategies will find this workshop most invigorating as 10 classroom instructional practices and processes are highlighted to promote active learning. (1.5 – 3.0 hours) 

Based in Durham, NC

Available Worldwide

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434-429-1476

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