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|Item Type||Title||Subject||Author(s)||Issue Date||Access|
|Paper||Coupled collaborative in-class activities and individual follow-up homework promote interactive engagement and improve student learning outcomes in a college-level Environmental Geology course||earth and ocean sciences; in-class activities; homework; student engagement||Leilani Arthurs; Alexis Templeton||2009||Publisher|
|Paper||A New Tool for Measuring Student Behavioral Engagement in Large University Classes||general; student engagement||Erin Lane; Sara Harris||2015||Publisher|
|Paper||Preparing students for class: How to get 80% of students reading the textbook before class||general; pre-class assignments; student engagement||Cynthia Heiner; Amanda Banet; Carl Wieman||2014||Publisher|
|Poster||Clickers: can a simple technology increase student engagement in the classroom?||earth and ocean sciences; clickers; student engagement||Erin Lane||2009||Open|
|Poster||Quantifying student behavioral engagement based on teaching practices in a large class||earth and ocean sciences; student engagement; teaching methods; classroom practices; large class||Erin Lane; Sara Harris||2009||Open|
|Poster||Engaging non-science students in large classes||earth and ocean sciences; non-majors; student engagement; large class||Sara Harris||2008||Open|
|Paper||How Not to Lose Your Students with Concept Maps||general; student engagement; concept mapping||Francoise Bentley; Sarah Kennedy; Katharine Semsar||2011||Publisher|
|Paper||Participating in the physics lab: Does gender matter||physics and astronomy; gender; student engagement; laboratory||Natasha Holmes; Ido Roll; Doug Bonn||2014||Publisher|
|Paper||Interactions between teaching assistants and students boost engagement in physics labs||physics and astronomy; teaching assistants; student engagement; laboratory||Jared Stang; Ido Roll||2014||Publisher|
|Paper||Doing science or doing a lab? Engaging students with scientific reasoning during physics lab experiments||physics and astronomy; reasoning skills; student engagement; laboratory||Natasha Holmes; Doug Bonn||2013||Publisher|