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Active Learning Techniques Versus Traditional Teaching Styles: Two Experiments from History and Political Science

Active Learning Techniques Versus Traditional Teaching Styles: Two Experiments from History and Political Science

Group role-playing and collaborative exercises are exciting ways to diversify college students' classroom experience and to incorporate active learning into your teaching. This article reports the results of two experiments that compared the effectiveness of role-playing and collaborative activities to teacher-centered discussions and lectures. Using both history and political science classes, we show that the students who participated in the...

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Julie Evey
Julie Evey (Faculty)
13 weeks ago
Link shows it costs $39.95 for the .pdf Abstract and references are visible.