Active learning classrooms (ALCs) are student-centered, technology-rich classrooms. They are easily identified with their large student tables and moveable seating designed to facilitate and promote active learning.
Since 2007, the research and evaluation team at CEI has collaborated with the Office of Classroom Management (OCM) and other central units to conduct an ongoing research on new learning spaces.
These projects attempt to determine to what extent ALCs affect student learning outcomes, student and instructor perceptions, and teaching and learning practices. Several publications resulting from this research are listed in the Research and Resources tab.
1.FOUR SLAVE SCREENS ON THE MASTER SCREEN
Through the drag function of the main screen, the teacher can display multiple group screens on the main screen at the same time. The main screen can display the screen images of 4 groups at the same time.
2. MULTI SCREEN INTERACTION
The teacher can drag the screen of a group on the main screen, and at the same time, broadcast the main screen to other groups for sharing the same screen.
3. REVERSE CONTROL
Bijie wireless interactive box supports reverse control of computer and mobile phone (some models do not support)
The teacher or student’s intelligent terminal is displayed onto the large screen, and the teacher can reverse control the display terminal equipment on the large screen to perform page turning, rolling and other operations.