Actively Pursuing Knowledge In The College Classroom

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Paul Andrew Johnson

Keywords

active learning, effective instruction, higher education instruction

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to compare course evaluation responses of students enrolled in several sections of a graduate level human growth and development course taught with a traditional lecture/textbook approach to the course evaluation responses of students enrolled subsequent sessions of the same graduate human growth and development course taught with an active learning approach. Quantitative and qualitative data indicated that students in the sections taught with an active learning approach rated those sections significantly higher than students in sections taught with a traditional lecture/textbook approach.

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