Mine the Gap: Encouraging Active Learning From Your Students

August 31, 2016 Richard Felder

Discover how to introduce active learning into your course and still cover your entire syllabus. In the slide deck below, we show you step-by-step how to add active learning into your class using a well-tested and easy-to-implement strategy. The information contained in this deck is derived from our new book, "Teaching and Learning Stem: A Practical Guide."

What are your strategies to encourage active learning? Let us know in the comments below.

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Richard M. Felder is a STEM education expert and Professor Emeritus at North Carolina State University. Rebecca Brent is President of Education Design, Inc., and an expert consultant in faculty development.

 

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