2024 SALTISE Conference

Emerging Technologies in Education: Shaping Potential, Managing Pitfalls

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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.

Phoebe Jackson

Phoebe Jackson

John Abbott College, Montreal, QC

Sean Hughes

Sean Hughes

John Abbott College, Montreal, QC

Beth Acton

Beth Acton

John Abbott College, Montreal, QC

Karl Laroche

Karl Laroche

Vanier College, Montreal, QC

Jean-François Brière

Jean-François Brière

Dawson College, Montreal, QC

Cathy Roy

Cathy Roy

Dawson College, Montreal, QC

Discover our active learning activities

Active learning activities are tailored to specific learning outcomes and content. They incorporate one or more of the evidence-based strategies. Structured to expose their theoretical underpinnings, the activities can be used by practitioners and researchers alike.

Social sciences

4 Sociological Perspectives: Working with Theoretical Frameworks

STEM Biology

AR'e You Talking to Me? Mini Case Study in Cell Signalling

STEM Biology

Action Potential Simulation

STEM Biology

Darwin's Finches: Natural Selection

STEM Physics

Forces Scavenger Hunt

STEM Physics

Controversy in the Science Classroom: Nature of Science Quiz

Explore our Recorded Webinars

Explore our curated collection of recorded webinars, where industry leaders, experts, and innovators share valuable insights on a wide range of topics. Whether you’re looking to stay updated on the latest trends, enhance your skills, or gain a deeper understanding of specific subjects, our library of recorded webinars is here to empower and inspire you.