The teaching of large classes has received increased attention in the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning literature, but the study, and delivery, of experiential learning in the context of large classes has received considerably less scrutiny. Most peer-reviewed articles tend to discuss the large class context in relation to the difficulties and problems that emerge from the massification of higher education. At the same time, calls for increasingly engaged teaching approaches have coincided with larger class sizes. The challenges and opportunities of experiential learning in such contexts is rarely theorized or researched in the scholarly literature.
When: Friday, 27 September 2019