New Active Learning Classrooms


Education 627 and Burnside 511 are two Active Learning Classrooms recently built at McGill. These classrooms help foster student-faculty interaction, active and collaborative learning, and a supportive campus environment. Students learn and work together in technology-enriched learning environments, enabling students to build upon one another’s knowledge and actively engage with the learning material.

These classrooms were renovated based upon recommendations from the Teaching and Learning Spaces Working Group (TLSWG), a working group with broad input from Faculties, administrative units and student representatives that makes recommendations for the funding of teaching and learning spaces at McGill University.

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