Students in class in the Agnes Varis Campus Center at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in Grafton, Mass.
The Large Lecture consortium is an interdisciplinary faculty learning community composed of faculty who teach classes of ~70 students or more. Members of the consortium share experiences and strategies for enhancing learning for students in their large classes. Some sessions feature host speakers who facilitate discussions on topics of interest to the group. The learning community also collects a repository of resources for teaching large classes. If you are interested in joining this learning community email email@example.com.
Upcoming Meetings & Events (Open to all Tufts faculty)
Classroom Research on Active Learning in Large Classes
Friday, April 3, 2020, 12-1:30pm
Active learning can take many forms, with some approaches more effective than others. Learn about how faculty are trying different approaches in their large classes and see how they are turning classroom innovations into research. In this meeting, we'll explore case studies of activities faculty have tried in their large lecture courses, drawn from peer-reviewed publications. As a group, we'll unpack some components that make active learning effective and look at the ways faculty have measured the level of success of their efforts.
As always, lunch will be served so please sign up to join the conversations by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know of any food restrictions & accessibility issues.
Past meeting topics include:
Maximizing Meaningful Feedback to Students While Minimizing Faculty Workload