Student and faculty perspectives of a scalable, sustainable, higher education, learning-rich classroom
MountainRise: The International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
This article profiles the development of a sustainable, learning-rich room and provides student and faculty perspectives on its effectiveness. The room features mobile furniture and instructional technology - interactive whiteboard, student response systems and FLIP camcorders. Three faculty members were selected to use the classroom for instruction. Data was collected via student surveys and videos as well as faculty meetings, videos, surveys, and reports. Faculty made extensive use of the classroom infrastructure by employing a wide variety of active teaching methods. The success of the Learning Lab resulted has given administration new opportunities to explore innovative teaching through building learning rich classrooms.
Schroeder, P. J.
Student and faculty perspectives of a scalable, sustainable, higher education, learning-rich classroom.
MountainRise: The International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 6(1), 1–14.