The graph below is from the most current version of Inside Higher Education, and shows what class learning experiences students are finding most helpful. Does this change or impact anything for you as you design and create in your learning experiences outside of the academy? Does this graph provide any new information for you in any way in your profession or give you ideas for the future?
I see 2 key themes, content in context and anything that engaged interaction with others. I found, especially in my grad courses, that when I used small groups on case studies that has to present a point of view, the retention and completion rates in the class went up. Peer-2-peer learning is a valuable component to the process of learning in the flow.