The following Vision and Change Outcomes are associated with the use of active-learning techniques :
This unit presents active-learning techniques that have been successfully used in undergraduate biology courses. To find active-learning exercise that you can use with your students check out Course Source and the Life Science Teaching Resources.
WHAT IS ACTIVE-LEARNING?
PULSE Fellow, David Marcey, and his student talk about active-learning in the classroom:
RESOURCES: Here are some vetted resources on active-learning. They provide further details on the how's and whys of active-learning as well as examples of what an active-learning classroom can look like.
Active-Learning in Biology Education: Why and How? by Anne Farewell
Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Gothenburg
(http://www.pil.gu.se/digitalAssets/1335/1335189_active-learning-in-biology-edu.pdf) : A powerpoint presentation that explains active-learning.
Measuirng Active-Learning: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2064883/