Team Studio is a teaching facility, which stands ready to support team-based teaching and learning at CBS.
Team Studio is developed in a collaborative effort between Teaching & Learning, IT and EDA. It has been a priority to equip the Team Studio with an IT-setup that enables team work even at class sizes up to 110 students while also securing the teachers ability to coordinate and facilitate.
Team Studio provides many IT functionalities making many teaching scenarios possible.
Team based session
In terms of spacing, audio and visually capabilities the room supports teaching sessions that are primarily organized around group work. A team based learning session is often initiated by a shot introduction by the teacher (5-10 minutes). The teacher will be in zone A and can communicate to all students in zone A,B,C via the audio system. The teacher can also present slides etc., which will be shown on the main monitor in zone A as well as on every screen at the group desks in zone A,B,C. The students are then able to work in groups and they are able to connect a computer to the local screen. The teacher can walk among student groups and supervise in zone A,B,C.
ViRtual Team based session
The session is organized around a cooperation with students and teachers in a class at another university. The two groups of students are seperated in space, but able to attend the same group based session. The teacher from the partner university may introduce the session and are able to communicate with zone A,B,Z at CBS via video and sound.
Team based session with group presentations to external participants
In this session the teacher may let one the groups in either zone A,B or C present to participants, which are not in the room. The teacher may one group present to external participants and everybody in zone C from zone B, which is audio proof.