Active Learning Resources (Collected by Dr. Richard Felder)

This page links to a collection of resources curated by Dr. Richard Felder on active learning. Dr. Richard M. Felder is the Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University. He is coauthor of Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, an introductory chemical engineering text now in its third edition. He has contributed over 200 publications to the fields of science and engineering education and chemical process engineering, and writes “Random Thoughts,” a column on educational methods and issues for the quarterly journal Chemical Engineering Education.

This page includes links to topics such as:

  • Death by PowerPoint
  • Does Active Learning Work? A Review of the Research
  • Effects of Active Learning on Student Performance and Retention
  • Sermons for Grumpy Campers
  • You Got Questions, We Got Answers 2. Active Learning

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