Student Research in the Classroom from Paul McPherron and Trudy Smoke

Check out this blog post on Macmillan’s Higher Education site by our English colleagues, Paul and Trudy, on integrating student research into the classroom. The post gives a good overview for the importance of student research as a means of engaging students and promoting “active learning.” It also links to a handful of great examples of projects aimed at students at different levels of mastery of their respective disciplines.

Congratulations are also in order for their co-authored book, Thinking Sociolinguistically: How to Plan, Conduct and Present Your Research Project.

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