Setting Students’ Minds on Fire

Mark C. Carnes gets it right about active learning in his article “Setting Students’ Minds on Fire.”  If learning is exciting to learners, graduation rates will take care of themselves.  What I found most valuable about this article were the compelling, actionable ideas that I can implement this upcoming fall semester.  I think I’ll give “Reacting to the Past” games a shot for my History of Creativity class at BYU.

About Taylor Halverson

I love learning. I love connecting. I love interdisciplinarity.
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