In response to overwhelming UofL faculty feedback, the Teaching Innovation Learning Lab is developing a series of online modules related to active learning pedagogies, classroom spaces, and technologies.
Each interactive module is short, practical, easy-to-use, and can be accessed online anywhere, any time.
Whether you are new to active learning, or looking for advanced strategies (or something in between), these online modules can help.
Start the fall semester in the BAB (or you regular classroom) with greater confidence to navigate active learning instruction and technologies!
This module introduces the three components of an active learning ecosystem: pedagogy, space, and technology.
This module explores a series of free technology tools that can be easily utilized to enhance active learning in the classroom.
This module assists you in reflecting on your own teaching practices and how those can be utilized in an active learning classroom.
Active learning activities and assignments can vary from simple activities that require a minute or two of class time to extended activities that continue across class sessions. In this module, you will be able to explore examples across this range and consider which approach(es) might be appropriate for your class and learning goals.
This module explores strategies to assist faculty with creating assignments with clear and specific learning objectives and goals for their active learning classrooms.
In this module, explore how active learning can be effectively incorporated into large classes to reduce student anonymity and increase engagement.
This module offers guidance for forming student groups and provides tools to help you facilitate productive group interactions, including strategies for enhancing students’ discussion skills.
This module provides tips to assist faculty in utilizing feedback and assessments to promote learning opportunities.