Resisting Rote: The Importance of Active Learning for All Course Learning Objectivesby: Cori Fata-Hartley

Journal Article

Many college science educators have moved away from the traditional lecture format and toward learner-centered classroom environments. Yet many of us struggle to cover large content loads, reverting at times to rote memorization. This paper suggests rote memorization simply does not work and students must be actively engaged to learn.

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  • College
Publication Date
1/1/2011

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