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Student Resistance: Fact or Fiction

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Student Resistance: Fact or Fiction

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When faculty consider adopting a new instructional approach, there's always a question about how it will be received by students. Will they engage with it and learn from it, or will they resist, as in complain, participate reluctantly, and give the course and instructor low evaluations? The fear of student resistance can prevent faculty from trying out new approaches, including any number of active learning approaches with well-documented learning benefits.

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