Sandbox Classroom and eLearning Faculty Fellows

eLearning has developed a flexible learning environment lovingly called the Sandbox. In the online world, a sandbox classroom is a space that is created to allow for instructor creativity and exploration. The eLearning staff has created a classroom space to explore innovative technology and teaching practices while continuing to focus on student learning. Since the Fall of 2013 we have had a number of classes taught in our Sandbox. Instructors that agree to be part of our Fellowship design their teaching to be more student centric. They typically flip most of their instruction to all the time in the space to be more productive for students. Below are links to the reports on the success and lessons learned. 

Sandbox Reports

eLearning Sandbox Review Fall 2013

eLearning Sandbox Review Update: Spring 2014

eLearning Sandbox Review Update: Fall 2014

eLearning Data from Sandbox Spring 2015

Faculty Fellowships

Our current Fellows teaching in the Sandbox are:

Robin Williams - Alumna
Claire Burke - Alumna
Leigh Ann Ruggiero - Alumna

Michael Walker - New Fellow
Jennifer Bergner - New Fellow

Would you like to participate in an eLearning Faculty Fellowship? 

Use this link to check out the information on eLearning Faculty Fellowships.

 

Would you like to reserve the room for a class or study session?

Please see Karen Vosen in eLearning or email her to make arrangements to use this flexible learning environment. 

All resources for Faculty Fellows can be found in our Brightspace Class. Please refer to that course shell for surveys, discussions, forms and other resources. 

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