Using Active Learning in Criminal Justice: Twenty-Five Examples

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Matthew B. Robinson Ph.D., Professor (Creator)
Appalachian State University (ASU )
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Abstract: Active learning strategies may overcome the weaknesses of the traditional lecture approach. Thispaper outlines some of the main strengths and weaknesses of the lecture approach and reportsresearch which illustrates why active learning strategies should be used in the classroom. Thepaper concludes with a presentation of twenty-five active learning strategies to be used in thecriminal justice classroom, along with a discussion of how these strategies meet the goals ofhigher education.

Additional Information

Matthew B Robinson. (2000). Using active learning in criminal justice: Twenty-five examples. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 11(1), 65-78. [Spring 2000] DOI: 10.1080/10511250000084761 - Original version available from Taylor & Francis (ISSN: 1051-1253)
Language: English
Date: 2000

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