Teach in the SCALE-UP Classroom
If you are a UND faculty member who is interested in teaching a SCALE-UP course, contact:
UND's SCALE-UP (Student-Centered Active Learning Environment for Undergraduate Programs) classroom in O'Kelly 61 opened in fall 2012 with over 1,200 students enrolled in classes using the space.
The classroom accommodates active and collaborative learning for 180 students at 20 tables of nine.
An Interactive, Team-Based Learning Experience
Based on extensive evidence about how faculty teach and students learn most effectively, SCALE-UP classrooms facilitate interactive, team-based activities that revolve around inquiry and creative problem solving. They transform what normally would be large, lecture-based courses into small, discussion-based experiences with students at the center of instruction and learning.
See how UND students and faculty feel about teaching and learning in SCALE-UP in this video.
UND's SCALE-UP space is the largest in the nation at the time of its construction, and the first in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana or Wyoming.