University of Toronto’s Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CEIE)

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This state-of-the-art auditorium in the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship is designed to allow students to work collaboratively in groups and share their findings with the entire class. (Image: Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc. and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios)

Here’s a good article that provides an overview of the University of Toronto’s Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

The inverted classroom experience will be part of the very fabric of the CEIE, built directly into its Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) rooms…Rather than sitting in rows, students in the CEIE’s TEAL rooms face each other in groups of four to six people. Screens located throughout the room ensure that each student can see information presented by the professor. Screens also allow students to share individual or group work with the class at large. ‘Ultimately it’s designed to make lecture a more interactive, engaging experience.’

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