Intermeshing Passive and Active Learning Strategies in Teaching Biochemistry
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Volume 61, Number 4, ISSN 0002-9459
A required graduate-level dental biochemistry course was designed to combine traditional lecture, student presentations, case studies, and computer-assisted lecture presentations and handouts, combining the high efficiency of lecture-based information transfer with active computer-based learning. Student motivation increased, and assimilation of extensive information was made more manageable. (MSE)
Matthews, J.C. (1997). Intermeshing Passive and Active Learning Strategies in Teaching Biochemistry. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 61(4), 388.