Faculty Research Webinars

This fall, the Mosaic Initiative continues its webinar series that showcases faculty research on active learning classrooms. In each webinar, faculty present their research and participants will have opportunities to ask questions during the session. Sessions will be recorded and shared on the Mosaic website after the session. 
In our next webinar, at 11:00am ET on November 4th, 2019, Senior Mosaic Fellows Tanya Perkins and Andy Buchenot will each share their research on teaching writing in active learning classrooms. Please register herehttps://iu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MsnXsOs4S421YHLxuvCSaQ

Recorded Webinars

Are Teaching Assistants Effective in Facilitating Group Work in Active Learning Classrooms?

On September 20, 2018, Dr. Tessa Bent, Dr. Julie Knapp, and Dr. Jill Robinson shared their research on teaching assistants in active learning classrooms.


Using Activity Theory to Design Technology-Based Activities For Any Classroom

On October 11, 2018, Dr. Kalani Craig shared her research on using activity theory to design active learning activities for classrooms with and without robust technology.


Maximizing the Space: Integrating Image-Sharing Technology with Whiteboards and other Active-Learning Classroom Features to Enhance Student Engagement & Learning

On October 26, 2018, Dr. Audrey Ricke shared her research on leveraging different classroom features and active-learning pedagogy to promote student learning and interaction.