Professor: Small classes, hands-on learning are keys to better education

09/10/2009 | Upstate Today (South Carolina)

Class sizes should be no larger than 17 students, and teachers should include more hands-on lessons, according to Jane Lindle, distinguished professor of education leadership at Clemson University. "Of course, there is a place for lecture, but smaller classes with more options for hands-on learning can make all the difference in the world," she said.

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