1. Using Online Asynchronous Discussions to Increase Student Engagement & Active Learning
  2. Active Learning in Online Courses
  3. Active Learning in Large Courses (online)
  4. Active Learning in the Classroom
  5. Basic Approaches for Active Learning in the Classroom
  6. Pro and Con Grid (online)
  7. Online Peer Editing
  8. Group Investigations (classroom)
  9. Analytic Teams (classroom)
  10. Analytic Memo (classroom)
  11. Think/Pair/Share (online)
  12. Defining Features Matrix in Large Courses (online)
  13. Case Studies (classroom)
  14. Fishbowl Discussion (online)
  15. Case Studies (online)
  16. Small-Group Discussions (online)
  17. Minute Paper/Muddiest Point (online)
  18. Background Knowledge Probe in Large Courses (online)
  19. Categorizing Grid (classroom)
  20. Think-Aloud Pair Problem-Solving (classroom)
  21. Focused Listing (classroom)
  22. Structured Problem-Solving (classroom)
  23. Send-a-Problem (classroom)
  24. Minute Paper / Muddiest Point (classroom)
  25. Memory Matrix (classroom)
  26. Empty Outlines (classroom)
  27. Background Knowledge Probe (classroom)
  28. Small-Group Discussions (classroom)
  29. Defining Features Matrix (classroom)
  30. Content, Form, and Function Outlines (classroom)
  31. Pro and Con Grid (classroom)
  32. Student-Defined Questions (classroom)
  33. Buzz Groups (classroom)
  34. Round Robin (classroom)
  35. Talking Chips (classroom)
  36. Think/Pair/Share (classroom)
  37. Three-Step Interview (classroom)
  38. Fishbowl Discussion (classroom)
  39. Student-Defined Questions in Large Courses (online)
  40. Pro and Con Grid in Large Courses (online)
  41. Minute Paper/Muddiest Point in Large Courses (online)