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ENGAGED LEARNING

KI leverages experience, expertise, and knowledge of educational trends along with our “what, where, when, how” approach to propose relevant, flexible furniture solutions that meet student, faculty and campus community needs.
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Corbett Inc.

on 7 January 2015

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Transcript of ENGAGED LEARNING

ENGAGED LEARNING
WHAT is in a Name?
ENGAGED LEARNING HAS BEEN CALLED MANY THINGS...

WHEN TO IMPLEMENT?
IF...
If your learning space requires:

• Adaptive Pedagogy
• Project / Team Work
• High Interaction (small / medium / large group)
• Pre-Work
• Technology

STEP 1 - ASSESS NEEDS
BARNEGAT HIGH SCHOOL
WHY ENGAGED LEARNING?
STEP 2 - CHOOSE PACKAGE
DID YOU KNOW?
INSTALLATIONS
A TRANSFORMATION

KI strives to advance the transformation from traditional classrooms to engaged learning spaces
Understanding learning objectives and determining the factors that may affect implementation
Recognizing that there is no one best vision for this transformation
Upside/downside pedagogy
Flipped classroom
Adaptive learning
Active learning
IT WORKS
Research suggests Engaged Learning optimizes:
• Learning
• Problem solving skills
• Conceptual understanding
• Enhanced attitudes

Engaged learning has been evolving:

TEAL
(Technology Enabled Active Learning),

TILE
(Transform, Interact, Learn, Engage)

SCALE-UP
(Student Centered Active Learning Environments for Undergraduate Programs)

STUDENT RETENTION
The student retention of information and knowledge is the key to student (ultimately campus!) success.

• Traditional Lecture Format =
5 - 15%
retention
• Practice-By-Doing = up to
75%
retention
• Team-Based/Experiential = up to
90%
retention

THE FUTURE
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Our schools are preparing students for STEM jobs today, thus environments must facilitate learning in these disciplines.
THEN...
Then implement with the following considerations:

• Faculty / Staff Involvement
• Intent of Technology
• Flexibility: Fixed vs. Mobile
• Code
• SCALE-UP as a starting point; modify as needed

Technology
• What level of technology will be used in the space?

Flexibility
• Group Activities
• Individual Activities
• Lecture

FIXED
FLEXIBLE
BLENDED
OPTION 1
OPTION 2
OPTION 3
Multi-use and flexibility beyond SCALE-UP application
Tables pull apart
Designation of space through leg width

OPTION 4
Round table remains true to SCALE-UP theory
More leg-friendly option
OPTION 5
Multi-use and flexibility beyond SCALE-UP application
Tables pull apart
Designation of space through leg width
Assumes no need for wire management
OPTION 6
Round tables remains true to SCALE-UP theory
More leg-friendly option
Assumes no need for wire management

In Engaged Learning Environments...

• Failure rates dropped from
34%
to
22%
• On average, exam grades increased
6%
points (about half a letter grade)
• Results are particularly important for those teaching STEM courses, because these tend to be the most difficult courses in higher education

OCEAN COUNTY COLLEGE/KEAN UNIVERSITY
Increased visibility with large, flat surface; clear leg area.
Raised platform for in-class handouts with easy access to technology; clear leg area.
ideal for high technology, low/no flexibility
ideal for medium technology, medium flexibility
ideal for low/no technology, high flexibility
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