This popular session, in its 13th year, provides faculty an opportunity to learn about favorite classroom activities from colleagues and to learn about what they are doing to engage undergraduate students using student-active methods. This year we are particularly interested in presentations that highlight inclusive and flexible learning activities that can successfully engage students in remote or hybrid teaching formats as well as in-person. Instructors at all levels of experience are encouraged to participate. This session will break into small groups so that participants can discuss teaching challenges and strategies.
Goals: • Learn about what colleagues are doing to engage their undergraduate students using active learning methods.
• Improve classroom activities via the exchange of constructive feedback.
• Foster a network of support in advancing ecology education.
• Promote the recommendations of the 4DEE framework and Vision & Change.
Please visit https://www.esa.org/programs/ecology-education/reefs/reefs-2021/ for full descriptions of presentations and details to select .