How Do Active-Learning Interventions Change Course-Related Behaviors and Attitudes of Students ?

@inproceedings{Eddy2014HowDA,
  title={How Do Active-Learning Interventions Change Course-Related Behaviors and Attitudes of Students ?},
  author={Sarah L. Eddy and Kelly A. Hogan},
  year={2014}
}
At the college level, the effectiveness of active-learning interventions is typically measured at the broadest scales: the achievement or retention of all students in a course. Coarse-grained measures like these cannot inform instructors about an intervention’s relative effectiveness for the different student populations in their classrooms or about the proximate factors responsible for the observed changes in student achievement. In this study, we disaggregate student data by racial/ethnic… CONTINUE READING
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