Higher Education Leadership

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Nobel Laureate Carl Wieman recently wrote an article that sparked debate and discussion among the higher education community. The article examined teaching methods, looking at multiple question test results following the traditional college lecture compared to active learning methods. It also explored important prerequisites to seeing change in higher education, and different ways information can be more freely shared to support change.

To ensure all students succeed, a blended application of tested and innovative teaching techniques can be employed. The following is a roundup of research studies and papers that focus on this topic.

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