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Flexibility on the Cheap: A New Student-Centered Approach to Classroom Design
September 13, 2017, 2:00–3:00 PM EST

In the modern classroom, technology is ubiquitous, changing the learning landscape and demanding a learning style that is active and learner-centered. For the past five years, Carroll College in Helena, MT, has been modifying and perfecting a high tech flexible classroom that can be used in multiple ways with lots of technology possibilities for very low cost.

After field testing and modifying the classroom design and function for 5 years, they are expanding the concept that showcases collaboration options, flexible seating and configuration, wireless connectivity and multiple display devices that don't get in the way of learning. You are invited to learn about our journey and why we have made the choices and design changes over time based on research and student and faculty feedback.

Title: Flexibility on the Cheap: A New Student-Centered Approach to Classroom Design
Date: September 13, 2017
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 PM EST
Price: EDmarket Members: FREE
Non-Members: $29
Field of Study: Marketing
Registration
Online webinar registration will close an hour before the starting time the day of the live broadcast or if the event is sold out prior.
Webinar recordings will be available 4-5 business days after the webinar date.

About the Speakers

Dan Case
Academic Technology, Carroll College
 
With a background in Political Science and Graphic Design, Dan jumped into the web world and IT in the mid 90’s and hasn’t looked back. He has been teaching in Higher Ed for the past 22 years and now look at classroom design from a holistic view of pedagogy, technology and physical environment.

Sean Courtney
Instructional Technology Specialist, Carroll College
Sean has been working in higher education technology for three years and has a passion for changing technology in classrooms to better learning possibilities. Sean is a technology tinker and hangs out in their new maker space.
 
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