January 2000
Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning;2000, p69
The article focuses on several people that can use and develop strategies of active learning. Students can use the basic principles of active learning to develop and expand their theoretical and factual knowledge. Faculty members can use active learning to structure and outline classes to complement traditional classroom activities. School administrators can use active learning in establishing educational programs and curriculum.


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