Greenlaw 101: The first Active Learning Hall at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Greenlaw 101 is a large-enrollment classroom that was redesigned from a traditional, stadium-seated lecture hall to a technology-rich, flexible active learning hall. I designed surveys, conducted focus groups, and analyzed data collected from students and teachers on their experiences. Research findings were presetend at the International Forum on Active Learning Classrooms.

Classroom Design Research at North Carolina State University
I designed and managed user studies of technology-enhanced “flexible” writing classrooms, which I helped design based evidenced-based active learning theory. I conducted semi-structured interviews, ethnographic observations, conceptual mapping, and visual content analysis. Findings are shared in: