Active Learning Strategies for Sport Sociology Classrooms
Emerging research continues to show marked differences in student learning in Active Learning Classrooms (ALC) compared to traditional classroom settings. Results also indicate, not surprisingly, that these differences are impacted by faculty design, comfort with strategies, and subject matter. As sport sociology possesses an advantage in student interest compared to other subjects, even small ALC strategies can ignite that desire to engage. This session will explore the implementation of several ALC strategies used in a traditional Sport & Society classroom as well as a hybrid format Gender & Sport class. Both positive and negative outcomes will be presented as well as ALC design strategies that can be implemented in a wide range of sport sociology courses.
Dane-Staples, Emily, "Active Learning Strategies for Sport Sociology Classrooms" (2017). Sport Management Faculty/Staff Publications. Paper 2.
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