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Asking Better Questions about Active Learning

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Asking Better Questions about Active Learning

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Does active learning work to promote learning? That's the question we've been asking, and it's one we can stop asking. It's been answered—at least that's the consensus within the research community. The results are consistent and, according to Streveler and Menekse (2017), “allow us to be confident that, on average, engaging students through active strategies enhances learning.”

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