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Keith Wayne Brown‘s insight:

With the exception of the drop-ins–because universities control access to content pretty well–these numbers mirror many of the patterns I see with standard education models in large classrooms. Now, in class settings where there is less than 15 students, the lurker becomes more visible and a professor can tease the passive students into being more active.

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