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The Neuroscience of Active Learning

Traditional teaching styles typically rely on students learning class material passively, which encompasses listening to lectures and taking notes. However, research examining effective pedagogy tends to support teaching styles that are geared more towards students learning actively (e.g., by engaging … Continue reading

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WAC Workshop–Tuesday, November 13th, 1:00-2:15pm, V806

Please join us for our next WAC workshop, “Learning Course Content through Writing.” Writing can be a tool to demonstrate what one has learned; it can also be a tool to facilitate learning. In this workshop lead by WAC Fellows, we will explore various … Continue reading

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