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    The name assigned to the document by the author. This field may also contain sub-titles, series names, and report numbers. Active Learning: Creating Excitement in the Classroom. 1991 ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Reports.

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    The name assigned to the document by the author. This field may also contain sub-titles, series names, and report numbers. Active Learning: Creating Excitement in the Classroom. 1991 ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Reports.
    Personal author, compiler, or editor name(s); click on any author to run a new search on that name. Bonwell, Charles C.; Eison, James A.
    Terms from the Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors; used to tag materials by subject to aid information search and retrieval. Click on a Descriptor to initiate any new search using that term. College Faculty; Cooperative Learning; Debate; Discussion (Teaching Technique); Dramatic Play; Experiential Learning; Faculty Development; Higher Education; Instructional Effectiveness; Large Group Instruction; Lecture Method; Peer Teaching; Role Playing; Teaching Methods; Visual Learning
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    The total number of pages including all front-matter. 121
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    A brief narrative description of the journal article, document, or resource. This monograph examines the nature of active learning at the higher education level, the empirical research on its use, the common obstacles and barriers that give rise to faculty resistance, and how faculty and staff can implement active learning techniques. A preliminary section defines active learning and looks at the current climate surrounding the concept. A second section, entitled "The Modified Lecture" offers ways that teachers can incorporate active learning into their most frequently used format: the lecture. The following section on classroom discussion explains the conditions and techniques needed for the most useful type of exchange. Other ways to promote active learning are also described including: visual learning, writing in class, problem solving, computer-based instruction, cooperative learning, debates, drama, role playing, simulations, games, and peer teaching. A section on obstacles to implementing active learning techniques leads naturally to the final section, "Conclusions and Recommendations," which outlines the roles that each group within the university can play in order to encourage the implementation of active learning strategies. The text includes over 200 references and an index. (JB)
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    International Standard Book Number (ISBN) - a unique number assigned to the document. ISBN-1-878380-08-7
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