Queen's Active Learning Classrooms


Active Learning Classrooms

Active Learning Classrooms

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The report created by Andy Leger, Victoria Chen, Vicki Woodside-Duggins and Annie Riel was recently made public.

This report was written to document the development and evaluation of three innovative Active Learning Classrooms at Queen’s University. The project was aimed to achieve Queen’s goal to enhance the student learning experience by providing instructors with the space and resources needed to engage students actively in their learning. With generous donations to Queen’s in 2012, a pilot project implementing three Active Learning Classrooms in Ellis Hall was developed to inform the University’s
future teaching space projects. On the first day of the Winter term of 2014, the classrooms were opened and students’ and faculty’s impressions and experiences in the room were investigated through several studies.

To view the whole report please visit the Research Page.