Queen's Active Learning Classrooms

Queen's

Active Learning Classrooms

Active Learning Classrooms

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Low-tech, team-based learning

Round tables facilitate group activities and team-based learning.

Mackintosh-Corry Hall D201 (capacity: 98)
Room Features
  • Chairs on wheels at 14 round tables of 7
  • A podium with digital room control panel, podium PC, document camera, Blu-ray DVD player, and connections for HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, and ethernet for the instructor’s device
  • Instructor's lapel microphone and a Catchbox throwable microphone for students
  • Four short-throw projectors projecting up to 2 different sources
  • One projector enabled with interactive capacity, making the projection surface a touchscreen for the computer and allowing real-time annotation of images being projected
  • Walls of room are ringed with whiteboard (Egan roll on)
Kingston Hall 313 (capacity: 49)
Room Features
  • Chairs on wheels at 7 round tables of 7
  • A podium with connections for HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, and ethernet for the instructor’s device
  • Instructor's lapel microphone
  • One short-throw projector enabled with interactive capacity, making the projection surface a touchscreen for the computer and allowing real-time annotation of images being projected
  • Walls of room are ringed with whiteboard (Egan roll on)
  • Instructor speaks with students in active learning classroom

    Instructors can move around the space easily to interact with students

  • Students working in groups

    Round tables facilitate collaboration in the low-tech, team-based learning spaces

  • Students working on a collective activity in Mac-Corry D201

    Students work on collective activities in Mac-Corry D201—in their seats and out of them!