Learn strategies for bringing active learning opportunities to your entire campus.
Learn how you can pursue a scalable model for creating active learning spaces across campus. While many institutions focus their efforts on creating just a few showcase spaces, they miss a huge opportunity to transform classrooms all over campus and change the way students learn. During this training, you will examine not only how to improve the physical space, but also how to gain buy-in from faculty for a pedagogy shift that takes advantage of the spaces you create. You will leave with strategies that will save you time and money to create spaces that extend and improve student learning.
Throughout the presentation, you will see active learning spaces at the University of Florida to help understand the concepts discussed.
Professionals working in faculty development, libraries, academic technology, and academic leadership will benefit the most from this webcast. Attending with your campus and facilities planners will be especially helpful because the topics discussed within this training involve both physical space and pedagogy.
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After participating in this online training, you will be better able to start using strategies for scaling active learning classrooms across campus.
We will showcase University of Florida spaces throughout the webcast and discuss specific ways to use each of the following strategies:
Mark McCallister is Associate Director of the Office of Academic Technology at the University of Florida. Areas under his supervision include classroom technology support, video & collaboration services, A/V installation services, learning space design, computer labs & classrooms, optical mark recognition scanning and scoring, support of workstation hardware and software, and software application & desktop virtualization. He served as President of CCUMC: Leadership in Media & Academic Technology (http://www.ccumc.org) in 2010-2011, and in other roles on CCUMC's Board of Directors from 2008-2012. Mark has presented on various topics at numerous CCUMC conferences, as well as ACM SIGUCCS, EduComm, the 2011 Standing Conference for Heads of Media Services conference in Newcastle, United Kingdom, and was an invited keynote speaker at the 2012 Learning Space Design Summit in Sydney, Australia. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration, and is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Educational Technology.
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