Leveling the Playing Field? ALCs and Gender | EDUCAUSE

In 2018, for the second year in rowactive learning classrooms (ALCs) are near the top of the list of most important strategic technologies for higher education. Part of the reason for this is that research has demonstrated that ALCs work. A series of studies conducted over the past decade at different institutions of higher education indicate that the type of classroom a course is taught in (a traditional lecture hall versus a new, technology enhanced ALC, for instance) matters to the student learning experience — to students’ engagement, to their perceptions of the course, to the learning outcomes that they achieve.1


Read about the impact of active learning classrooms (ALCs) on eliminating the gender penalty in STEM courses.

Source: Leveling the Playing Field? ALCs and Gender | EDUCAUSE