Rethinking Learning Spaces for Large Enrollment Courses
Over the next several weeks, we will be capturing and sharing what works in shaping undergraduate learning environments for large enrollment courses. This reflects growing awareness on campuses across the country of the challenge of translating research on how learning happens into the design and redesign of programs and spaces that serve learning most creatively and efficiently. It also reflects the increasing number of colleges and universities that are addressing this challenge. We begin with the story from Penn State University.
If we were to ask you to close your eyes and imagine a classroom with 120 seats, what would you picture?
Original blog post from Penn State College of Education website.