Active learning has become the big buzzword in teaching these days, and with good reason. Time and again, research has shown the merits of getting your students actively involved in what they are learning. Making learning more active, in and outside of the classroom, has become even easier with all the technology and tools available to teachers these days. Here are some resources you can use to get you started or inspire you to develop more active learning environments.
Official Vanier Active Learning webpage — For more information on Active Learning at Vanier, including our Active Learning Community of Practice.
- Activity Template — A template to help you design active learning activities
- Active Learning Webpage — excellent articles on Active Learning from Champlain College
- Information Technology and Active Learning – Good Chemistry — A profweb article by Murray Broney from John Abbott
- ITSS Viewing Rooms Webpage — for more information / tutorials about Viewing Rooms
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