If you could measure how much active learning really takes place at your university, would you? How would you do it? And what would you do with the results?
After years of doing research and training on active learning classrooms, I've finally been able to teach in one. Here's what I've learned.
A new paper proposes an updated definition of active learning and an "ecosystem" framework to go along with it.
Three good and three bad reasons to embrace active learning, with reflections on a changing world.
I just completed the much-hyped Project Management certification from Google and Coursera. How much trouble is traditional higher education in?