However the particular revisions were designed, professors were intent on finding ways to engage students in their learning. Miller (2011) defined student engagement as "students' willingness to actively participate in the learning process and to persist despite obstacles and challenges. Indicators of student engagement include class attendance and participation, submission of required work, involvement in the learning environment, and participation in the extra-curricular learning opportunities provided on their campus" (2). Each of the three case studies presented here details an example of course assignments that led to significant engagement by students.
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