The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center (ESJ) features twelve new general purpose classrooms and nine state-of-the art chemistry teaching labs, complimented by a wide variety of informal collaborative learning and study spaces throughout the building. All twelve TERP Classrooms are designed to support active-learning/team-based pedagogies.
About TERP Classrooms
The University of Maryland is committed to creating classroom environments that support team-based and collaborative modes of teaching and learning. The goal in creating these new and renovated spaces around our campus is to promote student-centered teaching practices by creating technology-enhanced environments that enable every person in the classroom to Teach, Engage, Respond, and Participate.
Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center (ESJ) supports academic classes, symposiums, lectures, and meetings. The wide range of spaces can accommodate small gatherings, as well as large lectures and presentations. The TERP Classrooms offer multiple projectors, microphones, and cameras with recording capabilities.
Please review our Space Guidelines.
Academic Units/Faculty, please contact your designated department scheduling officer.
Administrative Units, if you do not have a scheduling officer, please contact email@example.com.
Student Groups, please see our How to Reserve Space page.
Non-UMD affiliates, please contact Conferences & Visitor Services.