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Reimagining Online Assessment using Situated Cognition

Our first webinar of the semester will feature Daniel Hickey from Indiana University. He will focus on his research on the Transfer of Learning in education and the influences of power, privilege, equity and race. Save the Date: Friday, September 24, at 14h30 (2:30pm)

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New Beta Version of CourseFlow Coming this Fall

The beta version of the platform adds new features that everyone will love. One new aspect that you'll be able to store your cflows online rather than always saving on your local drive. Hooray!!! Find out more on the CourseFlow description page.

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Refresh & Adapt your Teaching Practices

Take some time to peruse our growing list of active learning activities. View an interactive version using the link to the CourseFlow app found in the Workflow & Materials on each activity webpage. Utilize the filters on the landing page to filter by discipline, strategy & approaches, time and more.

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Featured Innovation

myDALITE - Built for teachers by teachers

With myDALITE, teachers can use the same questions in class in polling mode, or assign questions as out-of-class homework through any learning management system.

It’s online, free, designed by Quebec-based researchers, and useful for all disciplines from high school and onwards.

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myDALITE - Built for teachers by teachers

Meet our Community

SALTISE is a community of educational researchers, post-secondary instructors and faculty developers, across Montreal and the Province of Quebec who actively promote national and international collaborations and partnerships. Our common interests are the exploration and implementation of evidence-based innovations in pedagogy and educational technology.

Schedule a Drop-in Session

Weekly mentoring and support related to using technologies we have developed and /or support, including myDALITE, CourseFlow and Visual Classrooms.


Community-sharing Series

Bi-monthly talking circles led and managed by peers. These are aimed at bringing colleagues who share disciplinary content concerns together to discuss pedagogical solutions.

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Our Partners