Spring Active Learning Workshops on Tap

Attendees at an Active Learning Community event

This semester, the Active Learning Community is offering up three monthly workshops designed to help attendees explores various aspects of teaching and learning. Corey Ptak, from the Learning Centers, will help you development formative assessment for use in the classroom. Mary Emenike & David Goldman, from the School of Arts & Sciences, will explore various ways of overcoming some of the challenges of traditional learning spaces when employing active learning techniques. Finally, Dena Novak, of Teaching & Learning with Technology, invites guests to learning about Universal Design for Learning, a framework for creating flexible classes that support and accommodate a diversity of students.

For more information on each session and to register, click on a workshop below.

Are We There Yet? Methods of Formative Assessment in Active Learning
Wednesday February 27, 1:30-3pm, Tillett Hall 111N

Exploring Active Learning in Traditional Classroom Spaces
Friday March 15, 11am-12:30pm, Rutgers Academic Building 2200

Universal Design for Learning: Supporting Diverse Learners in the Classroom
Tuesday April 9, 10-11:30am, Hickman Hall 132