The following is a list of publications from Mosaic Faculty Fellows and IU staff related to active learning and active learning classrooms.
Roman, T., Racek, J. (2018). Virtual Reality as a Pedagogical Tool to Design for Social Impact: a Design Case. Association for Educational Communities & Technology, 63: 79-86.
Bae, H., Xia, F., Chen, Y., Craig, K., Hmelo-Silver, C. E. (2018). Developing Historical Thinking in PBL Class Supported with Synergistic Scaffolding. International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2018, 3, 1483-1484.
Roman, T. A., Uttamchandani, S. (2018). Researching pedagogy within small active learning classrooms: examining enacted pedagogies of learner and instructor interactions. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 41(4), 447-467.
Lee, D., Morrone, A. S., Siering, G. (2018). From swimming pool to collaborative learning studio: Pedagogy, space, and technology in a large active learning classroom. Educational Technology Research and Development, 66(1), 95-127.
Morrone, A. S., Flaming, A., Birdwell, T., Russell, J., Roman, T., Jesse, M. (2017). Creating Active Learning Classrooms Is Not Enough: Lessons from Two Case Studies. EDUCAUSE Review. December 4, 2017.
Lee, D., Arthur, I. T., & Morrone, A. S. (2017). Using video surveillance footage to support validity of self-reported classroom data. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 40(2), 154-180.
Birdwell, T., Roman, T, Jerolimov, D, & Hammersmith, L. (2016). An Observation Tool for Active Learning Classrooms: Encouraging Better Instructor Use of Active Learning Spaces and Reconsidering How Rooms are Evaluated. Journal on Centers for Teaching and Learning, 8, 28-50.
Morrone, A. S., Ouimet, J. A., Siering, G., & Arthur, I. T. (2014). Coffeehouse as classroom: Examination of a new style of active learning environment.New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 2014(137), 41-51.