Date: Tuesday, June 2
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Location: Gore Hall 116
Classroom Culture for Active Learning from Summer Faculty Institute 2015
Classroom Culture PowerPoint Slides
Project Design Overview Planning
During this workshop, attendees will have an opportunity to experience a fun and engaging project as a starting point for a group discussion about active classroom learning. Each attendee will have time to consider their own class and will leave with ideas for future class projects, methods for engaging students, and tips for assessing student learning.
Jules Bruck, ASLA, PLA, is Associate Professor of Landscape Design at the University of Delaware, where she teaches courses in design process, CAD, field sketching, and planting design. She also teaches landscape design courses at Longwood Gardens, Mt. Cuba and the Barnes Foundation. She is a registered landscape architect and a permanently certified member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers. She owns and operates Evolution Landscape Design, LLC with her husband, Tony. With a love of travel and interest in experiential education, Dr. Bruck has conducted many study abroad trips to highlight design in both Brazil and Europe. Her current research interests are in design based learning and public perception of sustainable landscape practices such as designing for ecosystem services. Dr. Bruck has a Ph.D. from Texas A&M University. Visit www.julesbruck.com