Learning Environments

At Georgia College, teaching is #1!  Research shows that active learning classrooms and the use of pedagogy that supports active learning improves student learning outcomes, grades, and engagement.  The campus has a growing number of classrooms enhanced with technology to support teaching, as well as active learning spaces in classrooms and collaborative commons areas for students.

Active learning spaces are classrooms and collaborative commons areas that are furnished with collaboration tools, such as whiteboards, Wi-Fi TEC monitors, and pod seating arrangements. View examples of active learning spaces and the associated furnishings on our campus.

Classrooms enhanced with technology have one or more Wi-Fi TV monitors that allow for collaboration.  A small app, Infocus LiteShow4, allows the sharing feature.  The app, available for download from the Unify > GC Software folder, allows for sharing of one to four device monitors.  Sharing is best using a laptop computer. Users with tablets and mobile phones may experience some limitations.  

Learn more using the TEC Instructions.

The hyperlinks below open a website displaying the building classroom room numbers that have one or more Wi-Fi TV monitors that display the Technology Enhanced Collaboration (TEC) features.

Table displaying building names and number of classrooms with TEC

Building

# Technology Enhanced Classrooms

 

Arts & Sciences

22

Atkinson

5

Chappell

1

Ennis Hall

3

Health Sciences

3

Herty Hall

5

Kilpatrick

4

West Campus

1

 

 


Learn more about innovative learning environments at FLEXSpace.org to visualize the possibilities for Georgia College.