Active learning in interactive spaces

Active learning in interactive spaces –
Workshop organised by EUNIS Learning and teaching SIG

Tuesday 4 June, 10:00–17:30

We will look at designing physical learning spaces based on sound pedagogic principles and incorporating effective use of technology. Join us to:

  • find out more about approaches to design; stakeholder engagement and working in cross functional teams;
  • hear staff and student experiences of piloting new types of learning space;
  • consider how to develop necessary staff and student digital capabilities;
  • tour (and try out for yourselves) innovative facilities including:
    • active learning classrooms;
    • makerspace and other student driven spaces;
    • virtual reality lab;
    • world-class interactive lecture theatre

The event will be of interest to anyone involved in learning space development whether your role is academic, IT, AV support, estates management or senior management.

The bus tour will take place from 15.00 and end in the city centre. For further information about this workshop contact Gill Ferrell gill.ferrell@eunis.org

Program

09:00 – 10:00
Arrival and registration
main Congress registration area
10:00 – 12:30
Morning session
– Welcome & introduction to the day
– What makes a good space for active learning?
– Evaluating learning in interactive spaces
– The NTNU approach part 1: Student active learning arenas
– The NTNU approach part 2: Designing future learning landscapes
12:30 – 13:30
Lunch
13:30 – 15:00
Afternoon session
– Digital capabilities and curriculum confidence
– Evaluating experience design
15:00 – 18:00
Learning spaces tour
Tours by bus, outside Gløshaugen campus, ends in the city centre.
18:00
End of the day