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