May 10, 2018, by Olivia Pelehach (COLA, '18)
The new TEAL (Technology Enhanced Active Learning) classrooms, which were part of the extensive Hamilton Smith renovations, have the potential to create a much more engaging environment by fostering collaborative, active learning for students.
Academic Technology has been receiving feedback on the classrooms and the responses have been uniformly positive. Stephanie Clarke, who taught LSA 798: Who’s On First? Interprofessional Colloquium in the 99-seat TEAL classroom, shared that she really...
October 12, 2017, by Olivia Pelehach
UNH Academic Technology has recently been working hard to convert two classrooms in the newly renovated Hamilton Smith Hall into collaborative active-learning spaces, instead of traditional lecture halls. These TEAL (Technology Enhanced Active Learning) classrooms have the potential to create a much more engaging learning environment for students.
The room is designed to foster active-learning which merges hands-on exercises, student collaboration, and focused instruction to create a rich...
November 17, 2016, by Patrick Hayden, M.Ed., Instructional Designer, Active Learning
The University of New Hampshire will introduce it's latest state-of-the-art technology-rich classroom this Friday, November 18, 2016 at 12:30. The Kingsbury S320 Zoom Room is designed to enhance student learning through active learning strategies and engage distant students through it's unique Zoom webinar technology.
UNH faculty can Zoom in distant colleagues to share content such as PowerPoint, videos, or other course material. Distant students can also join S320 Zoom Room and can collaborate...