Engineering Schools Try Active Learning Classrooms to Lift Retention (Campus Technology)

"Two engineering schools, one in New Mexico and the other in Texas, are investing in active learning classrooms to increase freshman retention, including among Hispanic women. New Mexico State University and Texas A&M University are turning to spaces that are set up to encourage teamwork and use furniture that integrates with technology."—Source: Campus Technology

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A little bit of active learning can go a long way. Read how schools are tapping into the power of classroom tech to influence pedagogy, boost program enrollment, and shore up student success. —Eduwire Editors