Why not add your own ideas/tools/thoughts to the resource bank? Today we are pleased to launch our "Online Active Learning" resource! Stuck for ideas of how to engage your students with online learning? Look no further. We have already collated a number of contributions from network members and are keen to add to this as… Continue reading The Launch of our “Online Active Learning” resource
Have you tried an online active learning tool or method that worked well or has potential? If so, we would love to hear from you! Our aim is to create a collaborative, open access, online active learning resource bank. With our annual conference postponed until 2021, this is an alternative opportunity to get involved in… Continue reading Online Active Learning: A call for collaboration!
Workshops, webinars, book collaborations and more! Large Class Teaching - a proposal for a working group or workshop - expressions of interest required! Dr Victoria Walden is interested to explore methods for large class teaching in Media, Film and Music (as our maximum seminar group sizes have just increased). I'm hoping to run a working… Continue reading Exciting events and opportunities coming up for the Active Learning Network
Our blog-post this month is provided by Professor Alison J. Sinclair, FRSB, SFHEA, Professor of Molecular Virology and Director of Teaching and Learning in the School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex http://www.sussex.ac.uk/profiles/26183 @ASLAB Can active learning meet the challenge of inclusion in large groups? I embrace active learning and over thirty-years of practice I… Continue reading Creating an inclusive environment for discussion in large groups
https://twitter.com/paolo_oprandi/status/1173588436839817217 Lectures and seminars are the staple of higher education teaching and learning. Seminars are usually the dedicated teaching space for students to engage in discussions and activities that relate to the topics introduced in lectures. In doing so they generate contextual and personal knowledge of the lecture topics. Tutors cite low student participation in… Continue reading Outdoor learning: Introducing the Twalk, Twitter in the wild