Track

Research Proposal / Assessment of Student Learning

Abstract

High levels of student engagement are associated with a wide range of educational practices and conditions including purposeful student-faculty contact, active learning, and environments that are perceived as inclusive and affirming.

This study seeks to understand how undergraduate and graduate student levels of engagement differ between typical learning spaces and intentionally designed active learning spaces, with a specific focus on two learning spaces at the University of New England. Herman Miller Education’s Learning Spaces Research Program (LSRP) offers a platform for reaching common objectives that support the advancement of learning environments for educational institutions within North America.

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Presentation Session

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Apr 24 2017

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Impacts of Intentional Planning for Active Learning Environments

High levels of student engagement are associated with a wide range of educational practices and conditions including purposeful student-faculty contact, active learning, and environments that are perceived as inclusive and affirming.

This study seeks to understand how undergraduate and graduate student levels of engagement differ between typical learning spaces and intentionally designed active learning spaces, with a specific focus on two learning spaces at the University of New England. Herman Miller Education’s Learning Spaces Research Program (LSRP) offers a platform for reaching common objectives that support the advancement of learning environments for educational institutions within North America.