Taking Active Collaborative Learning to the Next Level in the Large Classroom

When active learning is transformed into a collaborative effort among students, not only is learning further deepened, but individual accountability is also amplified. Because active collaborative learning (ACL) techniques often require more prep time and restructuring of class time, we will investigate best practices and the suitability for large classrooms. Experience ACL from the student’s perspective to learn first-hand how to implement these techniques into your courses.

About the Presenter: Andy Gerhart, PhD, is an Assistant Department Chair and Professor of Mechanical, Robotics, and Industrial Engineering at Lawrence Technological University. Dr. Gerhart facilitates workshops worldwide on active learning. Learn more about Dr. Gerhart

This session is intended for RIT faculty, including adjuncts and teaching assistants.

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Contact
Sandi Connelly
Event Snapshot
When and Where
October 17, 2022
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Room/Location: Rooms 2210-2240
Who

This is an RIT Only Event

Cost
FREE
Interpreter Requested?

No

Topics
faculty
student experience