Assessing a Two-Pronged Approach to Active Learning in Sport Sociology Classrooms
Active-learning research has explored 2 distinct areas: pedagogy and physical space. As existing research has most often explored only 1 area per study and few have been done in the area of sport sociology, additional research is needed. This research combined both areas of active learning through a quasi-experimental design. Using 2 different classes, Sport and Society and Gender and Sport, students were exposed to an unchanging physical space or manipulated physical space, as well as active-learning tasks of varying complexity. No differences in student perceptions of engagement or learning were found when comparing space variations; however, task complexity did lead to significant differences in student perceptions of engagement and learning.
Dane-Staples, Emily (2019). "Assessing a Two-Pronged Approach to Active Learning in Sport Sociology Classrooms." Sport Management Education Journal 13.1, 11-22.
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