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The 8th Annual SALTISE Conference was held at Dawson College - Check out our gallery of photos
Artificial Intelligence (AI), David Usher
Learning Analytics, Alyssa Wise
Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR), Olivier Palmieri
Featured ActivitiesBIOLOGY – A Case for Cystic Fibrosis (CF): A Québec Perspective
Featured ActivitiesBIOLOGY – What numbers tell us about enzyme inhibition
Featured ActivitiesBIOLOGY – PCR CAG HUNTING’ton
The perfect tool for using a Flipped Classroom approach and Peer Instruction strategy.
It’s online, free, designed by Quebec-based researchers, and useful for all disciplines from high school and onwardsLearn more
Labatorials – A Conceptually Driven Approach to Introductory Physics Labs
Franco La Braca (Concordia University)
Labatorials combine elements of both lab experiments and tutorials in order to allow students to develop their conceptual understanding of fundamental physics concepts through group-based problem solving and self-driven experimentation.Learn more
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.
Congratulations to our award winners:
2019 SALTISE Best Practices & Pedagogical Innovators Award
– Yann Brouillette Dawson College
– Nadia Naffi Université Laval
– Dominique Piotte Ecole de Technologie Superieure (ÉTS)
– Roberta Silerova John Abbott College
Lifetime Achievement Award
– Dr. Robert (Rob) Cassidy
– Dr. Maria Orjuela-Laverde