University professors are developing an increasing awareness of how creative teaching is contributing to active learning in the classroom. Much is being learned from research that explores the significance of engaging students in activities designed to increase their learning. This article examines essential components of active learning, discusses ways in which multi-instructional teaching and technology can be used to generate active learning in the classroom, and provides examples of strategies, models, and tools that can be implemented to enhance student engagement and active learning in today's classroom
Powell, Norman W.; Cleveland, Roger; Thompson, Sherwood; and Forde, Timothy, "Using Multi-Instructional Teaching and Technology-Supported Active Learning Strategies to Enhance Student Engagement" (2012). Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Faculty and Staff Research. Paper 8.