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Resources the facilitate the use of active learning in both classroom and online environments

Active Learning

These resource is meant to aid in the identification, practice, and implementation of research-based active learning approaches. It can be used in both online and face-to-face learning environments. This guide should help you to create and recognize opportunities to integrate active learning activities that facilitate desired student learning outcomes into your course in both planned and dynamic ways.

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1 Minute Paper/Muddiest Point in Large Courses (online)
1033682021-08-20925
2 Pro and Con Grid in Large Courses (online)
1037752021-08-20786
3 Student-Defined Questions in Large Courses (online)
1047962021-08-20888
4 Fishbowl Discussion (classroom)
1040852021-08-201763
5 Three-Step Interview (classroom)
1041552021-08-202940
6 Think/Pair/Share (classroom)
1038702021-08-202042
7 Talking Chips (classroom)
1041542021-08-202147
8 Round Robin (classroom)
1041532021-08-202111
9 Buzz Groups (classroom)
1041512021-08-201792
10 Student-Defined Questions (classroom)
1040922021-08-201209
11 Pro and Con Grid (classroom)
1040892021-08-201232
12 Content, Form, and Function Outlines (classroom)
1041122021-08-201435
13 Defining Features Matrix (classroom)
1041132021-08-201452
14 Small-Group Discussions (classroom)
1040732021-08-2012194
15 Background Knowledge Probe (classroom)
1041692021-08-201463
16 Empty Outlines (classroom)
1041702021-08-201244
17 Memory Matrix (classroom)
1041722021-08-201830
18 Minute Paper / Muddiest Point (classroom)
1040872021-08-201514
19 Send-a-Problem (classroom)
1041452021-08-201193
20 Structured Problem-Solving (classroom)
1041462021-08-201567

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