Mosaic Active Learning Initiative

The Mosaic Initiative supports active learning at IU through instructional support, research, collaborations, and classroom design.

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What is the Mosaic Initiative?

The Mosaic Initiative supports active and collaborative learning in all classrooms, and contributes to the development of learning spaces at Indiana University.

Who is involved in the Mosaic Initiative?

The Mosaic Initiative partners with a wide range of stakeholders to further push the boundaries of classroom design and pedagogy, including: Indiana University faculty and students, learning spaces, campus academic affairs, university registrar, university architect’s office, the campus teaching centers and others.

How can I participate in the Mosaic Initiative?

The Mosaic Initiative encourages broad engagement and conversation about the intersections of space, technology and pedagogy across Indiana University through:

Interactive Tours – a hands on tour of multiple Mosaic classrooms, to learn more about installed technology and the student experience in a Mosaic classroom.

Mosaic Classroom Meetings – workshops for faculty who teach in Mosaic classrooms

Open Classroom Sessions – observations of class meetings held in Mosaic classrooms, followed by Q&A with the instructor

Classroom Consultations – one-on-one or group consultations in a Mosaic classroom

The Mosaic Faculty Fellows Program – a one year exploration of active and collaborative learning in a Mosaic classroom

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To learn more about the Mosaic Initiative, please contact:

Tracey Birdwell, Ph.D.
Principal Instructional Technology Consultant - Mosaic Initiative
Indiana University
mosaic@iu.edu