Active Learning 2.0: Making it Inclusive

I've written several posts (1, 2, 3) about why active learning is a good thing. There is even growing evidence that some forms of active learning seem to raise student learning outcomes and make those outcomes more equitable at the same time. All of that is great, but I believe strongly that active learning is… Continue reading Active Learning 2.0: Making it Inclusive

Building Evidence Connecting Teaching Practices and More Equitable Student Outcomes (Continuously Updated)

Note: This post will be continuously updated as I gather more research. Also see this other post about research that provides more nuance on how active learning doesn't always guarantee more equitable outcomes. In their paper “Active learning increases student performance in science, engineering, and mathematics,” Freeman, et al., suggest that we are seeing a… Continue reading Building Evidence Connecting Teaching Practices and More Equitable Student Outcomes (Continuously Updated)