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Judy Steiner-Williams

Steiner-Williams Enhances Writing Course with Group Work

By flipping her business communications course, Steiner-Williams freed up time for group work that helped students learn more deeply.

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Strand Uses Collaborative Learning in Music Course

Strand uses a plethora of active learning projects to engage her music education students, from a service-learning component to collaborative song writing and discussions.

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Jared Allsop

Allsop Uses Case Method Teaching to Prepare Students

Jared Allsop has used case method teaching in his recreational therapy assessment and planning course to better engage and prepare students for the course’s service-learning component.

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