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Active Learning: A Strategy Supported by Data

Description

Engaging students in active learning is not a new concept, but is one that needs to be well-developed to allow instructors to measure student gains. Many strategies exist, but sifting through resources is daunting. Learn about this pedagogy and data that support it.

Contributors

  • Mary Mawn, Ph.D.

  • Jennifer A. Herzog, Ph.D.

    Jennifer A. Herzog is an Associate Professor of Biology at Herkimer College, where I have taught for nearly 20 years. I have a strong interest in developing novel teaching strategies for science education and have developed programs for K-career microbiology education. Distance learning has afforded me the opportunity to develop many innovative ways to convey biological concepts and techniques online.

November 18, 2019
Mon 2:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 0M

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