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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Designing a Novel Active Learning Curriculum Aimed at Improving Student Engagement and Retention in Foundation Year Cohorts

Nicky Milner
The need to improve student engagement is an important issue in higher education. Reasons for poor student engagement are not fully understood and often rely on anecdotal evidence, such as poor attendance. Understanding the learning and attendance behaviour of students helps to create a stimulating learning environment where students want to become actively involved in learning activities both inside and outside of the classroom. The aim of this research is to evaluate the effectiveness of a implementing a novel active learning curriculum, which includes Team-Based Learning and personalised learning logs, on improving engagement in foundation year student cohorts.


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Date Added: 26 Sep 2018
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