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What is an active learning classroom? Active learning classrooms are designed to support structured in-class activities in which students work to solve problems, interpret data or evidence, or otherwise engage in real practices in the discipline. Active learning classrooms typically have students seated at tables, working in groups with instructors circulating and guiding the process.
Learn about how you can integrate active learning strategies into your course. See information provided by Penn's Center for Teaching and Learning or contact the Center for Teaching and Learning at email@example.com