Northern Michigan University’s Active Learning Catalysts project is increasing the adoption of technology-enhanced active learning in classes taught by science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) faculty. The project is supported by an NSF TUES grant (award number 1043984) titled Increasing Adoption of Active Learning in STEM Disciplines by Integrating a Faculty Development Program and a Technology-facilitated Learning Environment.

This blog shares news about project achievements and milestones, upcoming presentations, workshops, and other items of note.

Full project details are available at the Active Learning Catalysts Project teaching commons web site. 

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