Faculty Focus Group – Active Learning Spaces Report

Faculty Focus Group on Active Learning Spaces


Student Focus Group – Active Learning Spaces Report

Student Focus Group on Active Learning Spaces


The Yardstick of Planning Physical Environments for Learning

The Yardstick of Planning Physical Environments for Learning

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Active Learning Web Page

What is Active Learning?

Active Learning is generally defined as any instructional method that engages students in the learning process. In short, active learning requires students to do meaningful learning activities and think about and apply what they are learning. While this definition could include traditional activities such as homework, in practice, active learning refers to activities that are introduced into the classroom. The core elements of active learning are student activity and engagement in the learning process. Active learning is often contrasted to the traditional lecture where students passively receive information from the instructor. More


Out with old, in with new campus oasis

Out with old, in with new campus oasis

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Medical classroom renovations link past, present, future

Medical classroom renovations link past, present, future

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Green or paved? Students weigh in on upgrades for campus quad

Students weigh in on upgrades for campus quad

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Improvements Promote Active Learning in Burnham Hall

Improvements promote active learning in Burnham Hall

 


Students explain what they want in a classroom

Students explain what they want in a classroom

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