Read a short introduction on Active Learning, how it links to UNSW’s 2025 Strategy and is an integral part of our Scientia Educational Experience.
This guide provides examples of how staff have used active learning spaces to engage their students. Learn quick tips on teaching and technology and put into practice a variety of learner-centered and blended learning activities.
Active Learning Reference and Research Resource
This is a supplementary resource to the Active Learning Guide. You can find additional information and research references relating to Active Learning.
Take a 360 interactive tour and learn more about active learning spaces. Explore the features of these spaces including the AV technology, the active learning activities you can run in your class and the flexible use of these learning spaces just by changing the furniture configuration.
The UNSW Lecture Recordings+ service supports a variety of tools that lecturers and students can use before, during and after a lecture. These tools can be used to improve student engagement and the learning experience in face-to-face, blended and online classes.
The Active Learning Toolkit Series has been developed by teaching academics for teaching academics, tutors and sessional staff. There are three Toolkits providing ideas and inspiration from introducing Active Learning to your classroom to advanced strategies to further build your student’s active classroom experience.
Class Activities for Active Learning
Take a look at some suggestions about the types of active learning activities which students can participate in class to enhance their learning.