Active Online Learning Prepares Students for the Workplace, Reflects Changing Learning Style Preferences
Changing workplace demands and student learning style preferences require that instructors rethink their courses. No longer can students passively absorb knowledge. They must become active learners — interacting with peers and designing and implementing the learning, says Jane Legacy, MBA/MBE chair at Southern New Hampshire University's School of Business.
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