Events for 02-17-21
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The SALTISE Events page brings together information on the types of events promoted by SALTISE, as well as announcements on upcoming events from the active learning communities across Montreal, Canada, and abroad.
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The Educational Developers Caucus (EDC) is a community of practice seeking to advance the field of educational development. Their conference theme for 2021 is Celebrating, Connecting, and Caring for Ourselves. This virtual conference will allow Educational developers to connect, share lived experiences, and learn to meet new challenges and pressures by prioritizing the well-being of ourselves and others. The Keynote,...Find out more »
Organized by NAPLeS and the CSCL Community of the International Society of the Learning Sciences Anuli Ndubuisi is an engineering education researcher at University of Toronto’s International Virtual Engineering Student Teams (InVEST) project. She is also an active member of Encore Lab at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). Anuli holds a B.Eng. in civil engineering and an MBA...Find out more »
Colloquially, hybrid classrooms are defined as learning environments that include a mix of students present in the physical classroom as well as students joining in virtually. While not exactly a new phenomenon, the turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has put this education model into overdrive, with many educational institutions having already converted, or in the process of converting, their...Find out more »
SALTISE CourseFlow is an application that allows for an interactive and dynamic instructional design at three levels of pedagogical planning: Activity level (lesson) Course level Program level (in development) In practical terms, the app allows for the construction of lesson plans and course outlines. In this live conversation with a CourseFlow expert, practitioners will receive support to put together their...Find out more »
Webinaire AQPC – Prendre la parole devant un groupe : perception de soi à l’oral et expériences marquantes vécues par les étudiants de Sciences de la nature
Communiquer oralement est souvent une source de stress. Néanmoins certains étudiants sont plus à l’aise que d’autres à l’oral. Pourquoi ? Nous avons cherché à l’expliquer pour des étudiants de Sciences de la nature en contexte de communication orale scientifique. Les étudiants questionnés nous ont parlé d’un moment marquant ayant fondé leur sentiment d’efficacité personnelle à l’oral, qui transparaissait lors d’exposés...Find out more »