A new program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison aims to improve student experiences in large lecture halls.


lecture-studentsLarge introductory lecture-based courses are a staple at most universities. But many of those classes at UW-Madison will be transformed into much more student-centered experiences over the next few years, thanks to a new project called REACH.

The aim is to improve student learning by increasing students' engagement in these courses. REACH is part of the broader campus Educational Innovation initiative, and connected with the university's reaccreditation process.

REACH will build on successful innovations across campus that...

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