The Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (ILETC) research project is helping educators optimize active learning environments.
Two educators passionate about active learning share their strategies and techniques for engaging students. Dr. Julie Marshall, teacher from South Carolina’s Saluda Trail Middle School, and Randy Hall, an educational technology facilitator at the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center in New York, discuss how to reimagine and reinvent classrooms to break down barriers, develop trust and prepare students for the future.
Steelcase Education promotes active learning at scale at the 2017 ISTE Conference. Two educators share their insights on transforming education.
The Verb Active Media Table houses built-in, retractable media to bridge the gap between students, instructors and content.
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences renovated their facility so that learning could happen anywhere, and as a result, students are collaborating and engaging in ways they haven’t seen before. Two PCHS faculty members share how they’ve observed students engaging in the new space.
After reimagining the classroom, 12 educational institutions find that their Active Learning Centers result in enhanced collaboration and supported instructor-led changes in pedagogy among other positive outcomes.
A dynamic and constantly changing reality requires adaptation and change in educational approaches: the student is no longer to be seen as a passive receptacle for knowledge, but as an active participant in the construction of knowledge.
“The Steelcase Active Learning Classroom is going to start an entire movement of new makers and creators in our community.”