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This study provided a positive answer to the effectiveness of various forms of small-group learning methods in comparison to the traditional lecture-based instruction in promoting higher STEM achievement, more positive attitude toward STEM subject matters, and increased persistence (retention) in STEM college classrooms. Perhaps I should also confess a bias about learning, regardless of the instructional method employed by the teacher. Other groups will play to “fill the board” … frankly, I can’t see what’s fun about this, but it never fails that at least two pairs of students do this.

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