Interactive Engagement vs. Traditional Instruction in Physics


In an effort to increase student engagement, some instructors have encouraged the use of strategies that seek to stimulate access to the curriculum by letting students work together on content-related activities, such as through "think-pair-share" and interactive engagement. The study highlighted in this issue of "ResearchBrief" compares student achievement in lecture-based physics classes with that of classes using interactive engagement strategies. ResearchBrief

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