Open Classroom Project Instructors

The instructors involved in the Open Classroom Project have various strategies that they can share when you visit their class, including discussion, lecture, small group work, and clickers.  For any profile, you can open the "More Information" link to see the class schedule for this semester as well as a link to contact the instructor and set up your visit. When scheduling your classroom visit, be sure to confirm the class meeting time and location, as sometimes there could be a room change for a specific date.  

Stephen Brookfield OCP

Dr. Stephen Brookfield

School of Education
Minneapolis Campus

Strategies: team-taught, small and large group discussion

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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Education Leadership, Minneapolis, MOH 417

EDLD 915: Leadership Narratives Seminar 

Fri. 4:00-9:00PM, Sat. 9:00AM-4:00PM

Dates:

-2/13-2/14
-3/13-3/14
-4/10-4/11
-5/8-5/9 

20 Small and large group discussion 

Doctoral Cohort

Final required core course

Team taught (2 faculty)

 

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Patricia Hedberg OCP

Dr. Patricia Hedberg

Management
Minneapolis Campus

Strategies: peer coaching, active learning (simulations and exercises)

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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Management, Minneapolis, TMH 460 (classroom may vary during the semester)

MGMT 763: Executive Leadership Development: Leadership Challenges

F 6:00-8:00PM

Dates:

-Feb. 13
-March 6
-April 10
-May 8 

26

Small and large group discussion, peer coaching, active learning (simulations, exercises)

Executive MBA course

1-credit course that is part of a 2-year Executive Leadership Development process

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Sherry Jordon OCP

Dr. Sherry Jordon

Theology
St. Paul Campus

Strategies: Writing to Learn, lecture, discussion

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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Theology, St. Paul, Murray-Herrick 205

THEO 240-01: Theology of the Protestant and Catholic Reformation

MWF 1:35-2:40PM

25

Lecture, discussion, Writing to Learn

Core curriculum

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Doug Orzolek OCP

Dr. Doug Orzolek

Music
St. Paul Campus

Strategies: team-teaching, peer-to-peer interaction, labs

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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Physics and Music, St. Paul, OWS 166

PHYS 105: Musical Acoustics

MWF 11:00AM-12:30PM

36

Small and large group discussion, peer-to-peer interaction, labs

Required Course for Music Majors; Team-taught course with PHYS Professor

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Mark Osler OCP

Professor Mark Osler

School of Law
Minneapolis Campus

Strategies: simulations, group discussion, lecture

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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School of Law, Minneapolis, MSL 235

LAWS 651: Criminal Law

TR 9:00-10:25AM

61

Simulations, group discussion, lecture

 

School of Law, Minneapolis, MSL 244

LAWS 780: Criminal Practice

MW 8:30-10:25AM

20

Simulations, group discussion, lecture

 

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David Roseborough OCP

Dr. David Roseborough

Social Work
St. Catherine University (St. Paul Campus)

Strategies: active learning, case studies, discussion 

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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School of Social Work, St. Catherine University (St. Paul), Mendel Hall 202

GRSW 604: Methods of Clinical Social Work

W 4:40-7:05PM

22

Lecture, small and large group discussion, active learning (case studies, in-class skill practice)

MSW required practice course

School of Social Work, St. Catherine University (St. Paul), Fontbonne 108

GRSW 645: Psychopathology & Human Behavior

M 7:20-9:45PM

18

Lecture, small and large group discussion, active learning (case studies, in-class practice of differential diagnosis)

MSW required HBSE course

School of Social Work, St. Catherine University (St. Paul), Mendel 202

GRSW 681: Social Work Practice Research

M 1:35-4:00PM

20

Lecture, small and large group discussion, active learning (writing of two, small pilot research projects: one quantitative and one qualitative, with a lab component)

MSW required research course

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Rich Sathe OCP

Professor Rich Sathe

Accounting
Minneapolis Campus

Strategies: large group discussion, active learning (problem solving)

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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Accounting, Minneapolis, SCH 407

ACCT 772: International Accounting

TR 9:00-11:50AM

16

Small and large group discussion, active learning (problem solving)

MSA course, cohort model, begins 4/1

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Buffy Smith OCP

Dr. Buffy Smith

Sociology & Criminal Justice
St. Paul Campus

Strategies: WAC, lecture, discussion, small group

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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Sociology, St. Paul, OEC 452

SOCI 251: Race & Ethnicity

MWF 12:15-1:20PM

30

Lecture, discussion, small group

Elective course

Sociology, St. Paul, OEC 305

SOCI 350: Social Inequality: Privilege and Power

MWF 9:35-10:40AM

20

Discussion, small group

WAC (WI); Required for major 

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Uta Wolfe OCP

Dr. Uta Wolfe

Psychology
St. Paul Campus

Strategies: hybrid course (online learning), lecture, discussion

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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Psychology, St Paul, JRC LL45

PSYC 212: Research Methods

TR 1:30-3:10PM

18

Hybrid course (part online, part face-to-face) with a lab

Online/blended course

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Wen Yu OCP

Dr. Wen Yu

Accounting
St. Paul Campus

Strategies: clickers, active learning

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Spring 2015 Schedule

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Accounting, St. Paul, MCH 117

ACCT 311: Intermediate Accounting I

TR 9:55-11:35AM 

35  Clickers, active learning (exercises, small group discussion)

 

Accounting, St. Paul, MCH 233

ACCT 311: Intermediate Accounting I

TR 1:30-3:10PM

35 Clickers, active learning (exercises, small group discussion)  

Accounting, St. Paul, MCH 232

ACCT 311: Intermediate Accounting I

MW 1:35-3:10PM

35 Clickers, active learning (exercises, small group discussion)  

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