Learning Spaces

CIT has been working with several Schools and Faculties to upgrade their learning spaces.

These new active learning spaces are built with small-group learning and collaboration in mind.

Technology Enhanced Collaborative Rooms

Technology Enhanced Collaborative Rooms are designed to promote active discussion among students, engagement with content and presentation of student content. They can also support multiple modes of teaching.

Students sit in groups of six with each group sharing a common table, group monitor and whiteboard. Students using their notebooks can project their screen contents to their monitor for actively discussion. Whiteboards facilitate brainstorming among the students.

Technology Enhanced Collaborative Rooms

 

Collaborative Rooms

Collaborative Rooms are designed to promote group discussion among students. They can also support multiple modes of teaching.

Students sit in groups of six with each group with group sharing a common table. Whiteboards along the walls facilitate brainstorming among the students.

Collaborative Rooms

 

Flexible Rooms

Flexible Rooms are designed to promote flexible break-out group discussion. From a lecture-mode style of teaching, the room can be transformed for students to form project groups for topic discussion. They can also support multiple modes of teaching.

Students sit in mobile desk chairs which is designed for quick and easy transition from one teaching mode to the next. Whiteboards along the walls facilitate brainstorming among the students.

Technology Enhanced Collaborative Rooms