Do you want to move beyond the traditional Lecture/Test instructional model? What does Active Learning look like? Are you already taking steps toward the Active Learning instructional model?
Join the 2016-2017 Active Learning Academy members as they share their unique approaches to instruction during this interactive poster session. Get to know instructors who have experienced success in the classroom and listen to their stories of lessons learned right here on the UNC Charlotte campus.
Creating an Active Learning Culture - Kristen Beach, Special Education; Jessamyn Bowling, Public Health Sciences; Florence Okoro, Nursing; Celia Sinclair, Religious Studies; Ekaterina Terentieva, Languages & Culture Studies; Evan Wantland, Mathematics & Statistics; and Pilar Zuber, Public Health Sciences.
Retention, Engagement, and Buy-In: A Case for Active Learning - Kathy Asala, Chemistry; and Kendra Jason, Sociology.
Accountability in Team-Based Learning: Strangers in a New Land - Adam Johnson, Anthropology.
Using Clickers for Peer Presentation Feedback - Paul Gilles, Accounting.
Student Classroom Expectations and Experiences: A Survey of Active Learning at UNC Charlotte - Anne Cash, Reading & Elementary Education; Karen Cushing, Sociology; Bill Garcia, Geography & Earth Sciences; Margaret Geiger, Chemistry; Dina Massachi, American Studies; Harini Ramaprasad, Computer Science; and Sabrina Speights, Organizational Science.
Practical Active Learning Instructural Methods for College Courses - Mohsen Dorodchi, Computer Science; Erika Weber, Civil & Environmental Engineering; Ashley Bowers-Macrander, Biological Sciences; Mandy McCaslan, College of Health & Human Services; Stephanie Stewart, English Language Training Institute; David Fillmore, Theatre; Molly Redmond, Biological Sciences; and Courtney Smith-Orr, Electrical & Computer Engineering.
Hands On Learning: Why Did the Romans Use Arches in Their Construction? - Gwen Gill, College of Engineering.