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This summer's Active Learning 101 session is set for August 28th on Busch Campus. In addition to being required for faculty using our Active Learning Classrooms for the first time, AL 101 is a great opportunity to gain a grounding in the fundamentals of this exciting approach to teaching. The half-day workshop includes a review of active learning pedagogy, guidance on creating activities, demonstrations of helpful classroom technology, and a conversation with instructors who have been using active learning in their classes. You can learn more and register on the…

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Join us on Wednesday May 22nd for the Rutgers Active Learning Symposium.  Now in its third year, RALS is an all- day event designed to highlight cutting-edge research, novel approaches, exciting case studies and more relating to the use of active learning in higher education. Along with several sessions led by faculty and staff from Rutgers and beyond, the centerpiece of the day will be a presentation and workshop from this year's visiting expert, Dr. Idaykis Rodriguez. Ida will join us from Florida International University, where she teaches and studies active learning as part of the STEM Transformation Institute. Registration is free,…

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Mark your calendars, the date is set for this year's Active Learning Symposium. This annual event, hosted by the Active Learning Community, will run all day on Wednesday May 22nd in Richard Weeks Hall. This year's keynote speaker will be Research Professor Idaykis Rodriguez of Florida International University. Ida will speak form her experience studying, creating, and…

Attendees at an Active Learning Community event
This semester, the Active Learning Community is offering up three monthly workshops designed to help attendees explores various aspects of teaching and learning. Corey Ptak, from the Learning Centers, will help you development formative assessment for use in the classroom. Mary Emenike & David Goldman, from the School of Arts & Sciences, will explore various ways of overcoming some of…

Kimberly Tanner gives a presentation at the 2018 RALS
The Active Learning Community is now accepting presentation proposals for this May's Rutgers Active Learning Symposium. In addition to a keynote presentation from a visiting national leader in active learning, this all-day event held during the week of May 20th will highlight presentations from members of the Rutgers and larger high education communities sharing their research, experiences, and use of active learning. Faculty and staff at Rutgers and beyond are invited to submit ideas for presentations, workshops, poster sessions, and panel discussions. Visit the 2019…