The Boston College Center for Teaching Excellence supports instructors throughout their careers to create engaging and inclusive learning environments for their students. We invite instructors to explore new pedagogical and technological approaches in their pursuit of teaching excellence.
O’Neill 246, the CTE’s Active Learning Classroom (ALC), seeks to provide faculty and students with an innovative space to explore engaging and inclusive approaches to learning. Equipped with flexible seating, collaborative technologies, and extensive whiteboard space, the ALC invites faculty to experiment with learning-centered pedagogies and invites students to be active participants in their own learning. Faculty who teach in the ALC also play a key role in contributing to the CTE’s research into the effective use of classroom space and active learning pedagogies.
Space is limited. However, if you are interested in teaching in the Active Learning classroom, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.