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Nobel Prize-winning physicist supports tech in teaching

Nobel Prize-winning physicist supports tech in teaching

Our fantastic producer Jamie found this great article from the Washington Post.  The article discusses the benefits that technology has on students in the university setting.  At Engage, we continue to embrace the role that technology and multimedia plays in enhancing the learning situation.  Based on research collected by Nobel prize winning physicist, Carl Wieman, the article states that:

“He found that in nearly identical classes, Canadian college students learned a lot more from teaching assistants using interactive tools than they did from a veteran professor giving a traditional lecture.”

Check out the rest of this fantastic article by following the link below:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/in-college-its-not-so-much-who-lectures-as-how-the-teaching-is-done-nobelists-study-finds/2011/05/12/AFbGFH1G_story.html


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