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Promoting Engagement in the (Sometimes Very) Large “Lecture” Classroom

Devon E. Quick and Lori J. Kayes Oregon State University In the reality of higher education today, student to faculty ratios seem to have increased considerably with many universities experiencing significant growth in student populations in the last 10 years (“Digest of education statistics, 2012,” 2013). In the face of this growing student population, permanent faculty hiring has increased only five percent nationally between 2005 and 2011, and by less than one percent at the top 25 state schools (Erwin and Wood, 2014). We have seen the result of these changes in our high enrollment science lectures at the only public research institution designated  by the state of Oregon and fed

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