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WALC 2011 - Learning Spaces

Windward Active Learning Colloquium 2011

James Bologna

on 30 June 2011

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Transcript of WALC 2011 - Learning Spaces

Learning Spaces Jim Bologna
Director of Technology
Co-Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning
Dean of Science and Technology Outreach University of Minnesota Southeastern Louisiana University of Colorado MIT - TEAL Group Activity: Review each of the room examples as a group and identify common elements that enhance the ability to use them for Active Learning (Pick one to share back) Windward Innovation Classroom Seating facilitates work in small and larger groups
Teacher Location
Access to technology per group
Access to whiteboard or note space per group
Display system (physical and virtual) to create excellent lines of sight for visuals
Access to Data and Electrical Personal Response Devices “Clickers”
. - TurningPoint
. - Smart Response
. - PollEverywhere.com
Broadcast software
. - SynchronEyes
. - LanDesk
. - iTalc
Wall displays
. (Crestron 3-way video switching) Other Considerations LEED for Schools Indoor Environmental Quality
Thermal Comfort and Air Delivery
Acoustical Performance
Daylight and Views
Low Emitting Materials
Mold Prevention Construction
Recyclables (Storage/Collection and materials content)
Energy Performance (Window glazing, HVAC efficiency)
Water Efficiency
Light Pollution Reduction Innovation in Design
4 points to highlight Innovation in your design process or site use
School as a Teaching Tool Design your Learning Space: Facilitate Interactions:
Ensure content principles and concepts can be taught Presentation (Tomorrow):
Feature list (Technology Enhanced Active Learning)
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