A meal of fried worms, paper snowballs, pop quizzes: Professors are using whatever it takes to liven up the classroom and help students master and remember material. The 10 articles in this collection describes innovative teaching strategies — not just high-tech ones, like webcast introductory courses, but low-tech ones, like peer instruction, faculty learning communities, and reconsideration of the canon.
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