Markstein 202 has been extensively modified to foster active learning techniques with students working in teams, providing new options for student interaction and class structure. Active Learning Classrooms (ALC) are designed as cooperative learning environments that encourage student collaboration and peer teaching.
So what is different about this room?
The idea is to foster active learning activities that stress collaboration, project-based learning, and teamwork. The physical changes in the room are designed to assist with this. We would like to work with you to incorporate these activities into your curriculum effectively. The current version of the room could be considered the “Mark I” version, and we need faculty input to improve it in coming semesters.
If you want to know more, please talk to your Instructional Developer or contact Chuck Allen (760-750-4783 – email@example.com)
Active Learning Classrooms: Everyone is Engaged McGill University