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Making the case for active learning

May 13, 2016

Thanks to the folks at Pearson-Prentice Hall for asking me to lead a webinar on active learning in art history last fall!  It was a great opportunity to talk about some of the strategies that make active learning effective and ways art historians (and other humanists) can adapt these methods in their classes.  More recently, I contributed this post to Pearson’s Teaching and Learning Blog, addressing why shifting to a more active practice can be challenging.


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