Active Learning and the NEC

Active Learning and the NEC

So how’s your Code class going?

If you’ve ever attended a Code class — and if you’re reading this article, there’s a good chance you have — it probably wasn’t the most exciting thing you’ve ever done. Dull, boring, and difficult to follow are some of the words that may come to mind, especially if the class format is a lecture-type environment. Unfortunately for the instructor, a lecture-type Code class frequently doesn’t reflect student faces that are attentive and smiling. So what can an instructor do to maintain stu

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