Students wrongly think they learn less in active learning structure
from Education World
New research suggests that students' may inaccurately believe and report that they have learned less when they participate in active learning, despite other recent studies indicating that they acquire and retain more in those settings. Those student attitudes might lead educators to believe it is less effective, experts say, despite contrary evidence, creating a cycle that causes schools to rely on more traditional methods.
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