LSC Guide—Webinar III: Exploring lecture spaces

Date: 
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

3:30 - 5:00 p.m. EDT

Registration fee per institution: $100.  This fee includes access to a recording of the webinar.

Registration for the event is now closed. Please fill out this online form if you would like to purchase a copy of the webinar recording.

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LSC Guide—Webinar III:  Exploring lecture spaces: spaces—tiered or flat—morphing from an instructor-centered to a team-based, peer-to-peer learning environments, providing opportunities for flipping the classroom.
 
Questions addressed:  How are lecture halls morphing—what are they becomingbeyond spaces for lectures?  What is the role of such spaces in an ecosystem of learning spaces; are they still needed?  What is a ’lecture space intended to do, to be? What impact do such spaces have on 21st century learners?  How do we know?
 
Lessons learned and what works will be distilled from stories in the LSC Guide and from the field.  
 
Facilitators:
  • Shirley Dugdale, Principal - Dugdale Strategy
  • Scott P. Kelsey, Managing Principal - CO Architects
  • Phillip D. Long, Executive Director, Innovation and Analytics - The University of Queensland
  • Edward Prather, Associate Professor, Department of Astronomy - University of Arizona
     
 
Learning outcomes for the Spring 2014 LSC series of webinars on ecosystems
How to connect the dots between:
 
  • institutional goals for student learning--what learners are to become and the process of planning spaces for learning
  • research on how learning happens to the process of planning spaces for learning
  • the work of pioneering agents of change on other campuses and local efforts to shape and sustain an ecosystem of learning spaces
  • the process of planning spaces for learning and the institutional vision of its future.

 

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