News Release 14-064
Enough with the lecturing
Active learning improves grades, reduces failure among undergrads in STEM
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Attempts by college faculty to use active learning, long popular in K-12 classrooms, started taking off in the mid-1990s, though lecturing still dominates. Shown here is an undergraduate class taught by biology professor Scott Freeman at the University of Washington.
Credit: University of Washington
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