13 Engaging Students in a Multi-audience Classroom via Active Learning


Are you teaching students in-person and remotely via Zoom at the same time? Apply techniques to communicate with students and share organized materials in a cohesive manner to set the stage for active learning. Learn key strategies to apply active learning techniques in a multi-audience course setting and modify content of templates that support active learning for utilization in your own courses.

Session Recording

Link to Recording

Presentation Slides

*Note: if accessing slides and notes with a screen reader, use the HTML view by clicking the links below and then using the following keyboard shortcuts:

Windows or Chrome OS: Ctrl+Alt+Shift+P
Mac: ⌘+Option+Shift+P

Link to Google Slides Presentation

Resources Mentioned in the Presentation

  1. Session Survey
  2. Make the Switch to Remote Teaching and Learning
  3. Active Learning while Physical Distancing
  4. Physically Distanced Classrooms: University of Michigan Video; Keep Teaching Webinar Classroom Technology Recording; Instruction, Universal Masking, and PPE Recommendations
  5. Making the Switch to Multi-Audience Teaching
  6. Announcement Template
  7. Before, During, After Example
  8. Active Learning Techniques
  9. Template for Muddiest Point (Google Form)
  10. Template for Plus/Delta for Student Feedback (Google Doc)
  11. Four Corners Template (Google Slide)
  12. Small Group Breakout Template (Google Doc)
  13. Small Group IceBreaker Template (PowerPoint)
  14. Icebreaker Gallery Walk


Icon for the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License

Engaging Students Series Resources Copyright © by Penn State Teaching and Learning with Technology is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Share This Book