Active Learning and Course Reform

"Students who learn are students who stay." (Tinto, 1999 NACADA). Research shows that engaging curricula promote learning, success and retention. Reforming courses to include active learning strategies can be an overwhelming task if done alone or without knowledge. This site provides engineering faculty with an introduction to active learning strategies and with a network of other faculty who have incorporated active learning into their courses. 

Enter the course number. Ex. 180:243
Enter the number of semesters the active learning strategies have been in practice.
Describe the implemented active learning strategies
If you have any publications about active learning in your courses, please upload the paper here.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.
Are you interested in writing a paper about your course reform efforts?
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