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Multimodal Learning

Active Learning and Classrooms

Active learning instruction, defined as a practice that “engages students in the process of learning through activities and/or discussion in class, as opposed to passively listening to an expert,” is known to be more effective than traditional lecturing for student learning. Multimodal Learning’s (MML) Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs) are reserved for faculty who will use them as a teaching laboratory to expand their pedagogical skillset and enhance student learning.

We encourage students, faculty, and staff to take full advantage of the resources the Multimodal Learning Department provides including the Active Learning Classrooms (Samuelson 129 & 131) Below is a general Room Use Policy and request process for these unique learning environments:

Active Learning Classroom Use Policy

Requests for individual class or instructional sessions will be reviewed and scheduled for ALCs on a case-by-case basis, pending space availability. 

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