UBTech 2019 features a robust active classroom track with 13 sessions about active learning spaces. The conference starts off with a session that tackles two of today’s most popular topics: makerspace and STEM, which leads into a presentation about the use of technology in active learning.
Attendees will learn how to transform campus libraries into technology enhanced learning spaces and how to help faculty transition to active learning spaces. Purdue University’s director of learning spaces will reveal how IT has contributed to the development of active learning spaces on campus IT will continue to support these spaces for years to come.
Discover how California State University, Fresno’s Kremen School of Education and Human Development designed its collaborative classrooms to improve student engagement and help future teachers stay up to date on the changing landscape of technology in the classroom.
Penn State’s director of education technology will address practical examples of learning spaces that challenge conventional thinking of where students learn. Attendees will explore the benefits of considering learning experiences when designing space and discover strategies for engaging students with new and emerging technology.
UBTech 2019 will take place June 10-12 in Orlando. For program and registration information, visit ubtechconference.com.