Active learning spaces
At the University, two classrooms are designed specifically to facilitate active and collaborative learning and are located in the Pennington Student Achievement Center: 113 and 114. Both rooms, known as active learning classrooms, feature an open arrangement of round tables with rolling seating for nine students and multiple electronic plug ins for student technology at each table. White boards by each table also serve as projection screens for students who can connect to the projection wirelessly using AirMedia.
PSAC 113 layout
PSAC 113 has 2,244 square feet, 13 round tables with 9 seats each and total seating for 116 students. In the schematic drawing, the tables are arranged in three rows, with a smart classroom technology board situated in the middle of the room.
PSAC 114 layout
PSAC 114 has 1,053 square feet, 6 round tables with 9 seats each and total seating for 54 students. In the schematic drawing, the tables are arranged in two rows, with a smart classroom technology board situated in the top-left corner of the room.
Support with active learning spaces
For classroom technology support, call (775) 784-6085 or email email@example.com.
For classroom teaching support, or to learn more about “active learning” design and teaching in PSAC 113 & 114 classrooms, please contact Lia Schraeder, Ph.D., Instructional Designer in Office of Digital Learning. Call (775) 682-6540 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classroom technology search
Classroom technology look-up The classroom technology lookup tool is being refreshed to provide an improved user interface and updated information on instructional spaces. For classroom inquiries, please contact email@example.com or call (775) 784-6085.