Active Learning

Active Learning Dialogues

December 5, 2018, 10:00am
Are you looking for concrete examples of innovative teaching strategies to use in your classes? Come and learn from your colleagues experienced in teaching in the active learning classrooms as they demonstrate specific examples of classroom activities they use to support student learning and engagement. Each session will feature presentations from three instructors to help spark ideas for ways you can integrate new activities and teaching approaches into your own instruction across the curriculum.
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Active Learning Dialogues - CANCELED

November 5, 2018, 12:00pm
Are you looking for concrete examples of innovative teaching strategies to use in your classes? Come and learn from your colleagues experienced in teaching in the active learning classrooms as they demonstrate specific examples of classroom activities they use to support student learning and engagement. Each session will feature presentations from three instructors to help spark ideas for ways you can integrate new activities and teaching approaches into your own instruction across the curriculum.
Registration is unavailable.

Active Learning Dialogues

October 22, 2018, 10:00am
Are you looking for concrete examples of innovative teaching strategies to use in your classes? Come and learn from your colleagues experienced in teaching in the active learning classrooms as they demonstrate specific examples of classroom activities they use to support student learning and engagement. Each session will feature presentations from three instructors to help spark ideas for ways you can integrate new activities and teaching approaches into your own instruction across the curriculum.
Registration is unavailable.

Active Learning Fall Kick-Off

August 13, 2018, 10:00am
Help us inaugurate the newest (and largest) active learning classroom on campus! Come learn about active learning pedagogies and share ideas, questions, and best practices with colleagues. PLEASE NOTE: This event will take place in 212 Wheeler Hall, not 117 Dwinelle.
See event details for participation information.

Active Learning

This series of programs brings together new and experienced instructors who want to use more interactive teaching techniques in the classroom.

Using Classroom Response Systems to Encourage Student Engagement and Learning

August 15, 2018, 11:30am
This event is designed for faculty from across campus who are past or current classroom response system (CRS, aka "clickers"), users, who are thinking about using CRSs or who just want to learn more. Come learn how to get started, how to write "good" questions, how to manage the classroom effectively, and more. PLEASE NOTE: This event will take place in 212 Wheeler Hall, not 117 Dwinelle.
See event details for participation information.

Clickers

Clickers (also known as classroom response systems) are devices that can be used to gather real-time feedback during class sessions.

More info: ETS Clickers page 

Online help: Clickers Help Pages

Consultations: AIS Consultation Calendar

Active Learning

Active learning refers to an interactive style of teaching that engages students in reading, writing, talking, listening, and reflecting—often in specially designed, customizable classrooms.

More info: Active Learning at Berkeley

Consultations: Email

Pedagogical Consultations

The CTL provides consulting services for faculty on all aspects of course design, teaching, and evaluating student learning.

More Info: Services and Programs

Consultations: Email

Extending Learning Beyond the Classroom Walls

April 27, 2018

Panel discussion with Jason Corburn, Pat Steenland, Nicholas Swanson-Hysell and Andrea Wise