Prepare to Make the Most of Your Active Learning Classroom
Consider tapping into some of the following resources to help you prepare for a positive and effective experience in the University’s active learning classrooms.
Connect with a colleague
Active Learning Classrooms Ambassadors
The following faculty members are available to talk to you about their experiences teaching in classrooms designed to support multiple teaching methods. Simply contact them via email to arrange a time to chat.
|Instructor||Experience teaching in classrooms with:|
|Susan Bickford, Political Science
|Tablet chairs on casters
|Carribeth Bliem, Chemistry
|Tablet chairs on casters, tables of four (active learning halls)|
|Lois Boynton, School of Media and Journalism
|Tablet chairs on casters (active learning hall)|
|Duane Deardorff, Physics and Astronomy
|Round tables (studio)|
|Linda Green, Mathematics
|Round tables (studio), tablet chairs on casters, tables of four (active learning halls)|
Read up on best practices
The Active Learning Resources page includes a number of helpful ideas for incorporating instructional techniques that take advantage of flexible classroom characteristics. We’ve also included several classroom management guides informed by the experiences of instructors who have taught in the four primary types of flexible classrooms on campus.