DEFINITION: "Students that are engaged in more activities than just listening.  They are involved in dialog, debate, writing, and problem solving as well as higher order thinking, e.g. analysis, synthesis, evaluation, and creating” - Bonwell and Eison, 1991  

Below are resources that can help create a more learner-centered, active learning environment where students engage actively with the content, other students, and the instructor to create deeper meaning for themselves and develop critical skills along the way.

Active Learning Video - Shannon Arnold

Active Learning Strategies: 

Interactive Techniques: Univ. of South Florida, Academy for Teaching and Learning

Active Learning: 101 Strategies to Teach Any Subject, by Mel Silberman (Book to Purchase).