What is active learning and how might I implement it in my class(es)? Explore some advice and strategies, as well as additional resources.
Berkeley’s Active Learning classrooms (ALC) are teaching and learning spaces in the general assignment classroom pool that allow instructors to customize the physical learning environment to meet pedagogical needs. Learn about the available classrooms and how to request one for scheduling.
Although ALCs can facilitate active learning, don't let space be an issue. Active learning can be used in a variety of physical and virtual spaces depending on your individual teaching approach. For brainstorming or implementation support, the Center for Teaching & Learning and Educational Technology Services (ETS) offer a variety of consultations to fit your needs. See the links below for more information.