Student Active Science

Ann McNeal and C. D’Avanzo (1997)

This volume brings together a collection of articles by college faculty and administrators who have been at the forefront of innovations in college science teaching. It is full of examples of successful strategies for involving students in hands-on, active learning in the classroom and laboratory. Faculty share their “Hot Tips” for increasing students’ participation in their own learning. Administrators present insightful essays on the process of curricular transformation.