Active Learning Program

2016 Program Participants
Aurelie Akossi – Math 1113
Julian Ammons – SNHP 4680
Dean Dabney – CRJU 4420
Carmen Eilertson – BIOL 4980
Daniel Montanera &
Aaron Baird – HA 3950
Joe Normandin – NEUR 2000
Punyapriya Patel – SNHP 4100
Douglas Stevens – MBA 8115
Liz Strickler – FLME 4165
Ashlen Swartout – PSYC 4650
Liz Throop – GRD 4450
Linda Willis – BCOM 3950
Lee Webster – GSU 1010

Active Learning refers to an approach to instruction that focuses the responsibility of learning on the learner. This type of instructor / student relationship can take many forms but almost all of them attempt to communicate higher level learning skills such as synthesis, analyses, and evaluation of material. The goal of Active Learning is create more engagement with course material through a varied approach to course instruction. Students in Active Learning situations will be challenged in new ways apart from traditional methods and be given a wider array of opportunities to interact with their peers and course content.
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Participants in the Active Learning Program teach in the CS 226 active learning classroom and get access to CETL resources for assistance designing course activities that take advantage of the room’s features. CS 226 allows for new modalities of student engagement and increased peer-to-peer interaction. This fully flexible, wireless-based classroom supports higher order teaching approaches such as a flipped classroom or hybrid approaches to the scholarship of teaching and learning.
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Classroom South, Room 226

Teach in Classroom South, Room 226

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Apply to Teach in CS 226

Classroom South, Room 226 is designed for courses with projected enrollment of 30-52 students. If you’re interested in teaching in this space please select a semester submit the form below and we’ll contact you with more information.

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