WORKSHOP: Supporting Active Learning in Gateway Courses through Multigenerational Teams (90 mins)
Studies across the STEM disciplines have shown that active learning improves student engagement, retention, and understanding, with the largest impact on women and previously low-achieving students. Embedding active learning into large enrollment gateway has the potential to improve outcomes for thousands of students every year, but effecting large-scale change across multiple instructors, sections, and courses is challenging. As part of an NSF-funded project, we are building and supporting multi-generational teams consisting of faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and undergraduate learning assistants to help make active learning a more integral part of the classroom experience in gateway courses. The goal of this session is to share different models we have used to build and support these teams and open a discussion about how other units might create and support teams to bring active learning to more Mason classr
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