Millersville University, Faculty Senate

General Education Curriculum

Program Review

May 1996


Curricular Currency

Active Learning

11. Active Learning--Students are taught how to learn throughout their lives, rather than being simply asked to memorize the content of each course.

Again, the Perspectives courses are the closest that the General Education curriculum comes to requiring active learning, although students need to work actively at the process in writing courses. Of course, active learning is essential in laboratory courses. This barrier is difficultto overcome; many students arrive with substantive reluctance to participate in classes. But the General Education curriculum does address this concept through the "curiosity" goal.


Curricular Currency
...|Liberal Arts and Sciences |Fundamental Skills |Higher Standards and More Requirements |Tighter Curriculum Structure |The Freshman Year |The Senior Year |Global Studies |Cultural Diversity |Integration of Knowledge |Moral Reflection |Extension Through All Four Years |Assessment |Information Literacy
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