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2021 Active & Engaged Learning Posters
These 2021 Course Transformation Posters focus on Active and Engaged Learning. They present results from faculty who have initiated a range of learning strategies, particularly by enhancing discussion and collaboration in in-person-to-online course transformations. Overall, these posters provide examples for how faculty can transform students from passive recipients of content to active creators of knowledge in a remote environment.


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BBA 303: Four Semesters of Course Transformations (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Jason Anderson, School of Business

Glenn Adams 


File folder image and link for poster materialsClass Interupted: Collaboration and Communication during the Covid-19 Pandemic (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Krysta D. Green, Speech-Language-Hearing: Sciences & Disorders

Krysta D. Green 


File folder image and link for poster materialsRedesigning and Adapting an In-Person Course to a Synchronous Online Course (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Hye-Sung Han, Urban Planning

Hye-Sung Han 


 Designing an Integrative Percussion Course for Music Therapy Students (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Bill Matney, School of Music

Bill Matney  


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 Strategies for Engaged Discussion in the Classroom (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Kevin McCannon, Department of Sociology

Kevin McCannon  


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Re-Designing a Course Outline to Enhance Transparency in an Undergraduate Hybrid Course (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Kristin Stack, Department of Accounting

Kristin Stack  


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The Celebration of Teaching

Save the Date: The Celebration of Teaching is Back!

Friday, May 6, 3 – 5 pm Mark your calendars for CTE's annual poster session and reception on Stop Day in the Ballroom of the Kansas Union. A short program will begin at 3:30 pm. Contact Judy Eddy for more information.

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See how CTE has been helping KU faculty adapt and innovate their teaching.

Visit the Flex Teaching sitewhich provides help for creating flexible courses that can shift between in-person and online.