A Two-Part Equation for Active Learning

July 31, 2018

A Two-Part Equation for Active Learning

Active Learning Center results included fewer poorly-performing students, more highly-rated teachers and, at one school,100 percent of the teachers surveyed wanted to use the Active Learning Center again. These are just a few of the positive results three former Steelcase EducationActive Learning Center Grant (ALC Grant) recipients shared at this year’s ELI Annual Meeting— a place where higher education institutions and organizations committed to advancing learning through information technology innovation come together every year.

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