dnorman: active learning*

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  1. Although active learning classrooms are designed to support innovative teaching and learning practices, classroom success requires sustained and intentional faculty development.
    The University of Iowa and Indiana University each launched active learning classroom initiatives centered on faculty development.
    These programs not only benefit individual instructors and their students, they are changing the pedagogy and culture at both universities in powerful and enduring ways.
    The two cases offer many crucial findings about the design of both active learning spaces and faculty development programs to support success in and beyond individual courses and disciplines.
    https://er.educause.edu/articles/2017...-enough-lessons-from-two-case-studies
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2018-10-05)
  2. Each Mosaic classroom is different, but all Mosaic classrooms support:

    Collaboration—with student-accessible screens or whiteboard surfaces intended for collaboration and presentation
    Student grouping—with flexible or fixed furniture that allows for easy student grouping
    Movement—with square footage requirements that allow space for students and instructors to interact in a variety of ways
    https://uits.iu.edu/mosaic
  3. Interesting classroom designs to support active learning in classes from 60-160 students.
    http://www.cteblog.dept.ku.edu/360-de...ew-of-a-new-active-learning-classroom
  4. Active learning is a philosophy and approach in which teaching moves beyond the ‘podium-style’ lecture and directly includes students in the learning process. There is certainly a big movement out there to include active learning in the classroom, there is evidence that it works, and active learning strategies have been around for a long time. Active learning can make learning experience more interactive, inclusive, and help embrace different learning styles. Active learning places the student in a more central role in a classroom, and allows students to engage with the course and course content in a different way.
    http://arthropodecology.com/2015/01/28/take-the-active-learning-challenge
    Tags: by dnorman (2015-03-20)
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    http://www.sauder.ubc.ca/Resources/Le...s/Academic_Technologies/Learning_Labs
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2015-03-17)
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJDCgeaK44E

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