Learning Spaces at Mason: Are You Ready for Tomorrow's Classrooms?

  • Learning Environments Group (LEG) George Mason University
  • Learning Environments Assessment Group (LEAG) George Mason University

Abstract

Location: Dewberry Hall

Abstract: 

In this poster, we will forecast what Mason instructors can expect for Mason's teaching and learning spaces over the next five years. Given our strategic plan goal to foster innovative learning, Mason has been intentionally designing classrooms to support flexible and engaged student learning. We will share the different kinds of flexibilities that these classrooms encourage, from flexibility in the classroom technologies available to flexibility in how faculty and students can engage with each other and the course material.  We will also offer tips and suggestions for what instructors can do to get ready for learning spaces that offer flexible solutions for the purpose of engaged student learning. Lastly, resources for instructor support are highlighted.

Authors:

Learning Environments Group (LEG)1

Learning Environments Assessment Group (LEAG)1

[1]The LEG and LEAG are cross-institutional teams of Mason faculty members, administrators, and staff. For more information, please see https://learningenvironments.gmu.edu/

Author Biographies

Learning Environments Group (LEG), George Mason University

[1]The LEG and LEAG are cross-institutional teams of Mason faculty members, administrators, and staff. For more information, please see https://learningenvironments.gmu.edu/

Learning Environments Assessment Group (LEAG), George Mason University

[1]The LEG and LEAG are cross-institutional teams of Mason faculty members, administrators, and staff. For more information, please see https://learningenvironments.gmu.edu/

Published
2019-08-01
Section
4:15pm-5:30pm POSTER SESSION (Group B- 4:45-5:15pm)