Ph.D. Candidate, McGill University, Montreal, QC
M.A. (Computer Applications in Education), McGill University, Montreal, QC
B.Sc. Neurobiology and Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, QC
Expertise in AL pedagogy, learning theory, pedagogical design, techno-pedagogical innovation, learning space design, organizational change at universities
Adam Finkelstein is currently an Educational Developer at Teaching and Learning Services at McGill University where he develops educational university-wide initiatives to improve teaching and learning. In his tenure at McGill, he has managed a team of instructional designers and multimedia programmers. He has developed many different types of award winning technology-enhanced teaching and learning projects for McGill including multimedia CD-ROMs, learning objects, simulations, and other on-line environments – including multiple previous implementations of McGill’s learning management systems. His area of research interest includes the interrelationship of teaching and learning in physical (classroom, teaching and simulation labs) and virtual (online learning) environments. He has also been very much involved in the implementation of technology in education and instructional/learning design for on-line and face-to-face learning. Over the last few years he has been focused on designing innovative physical and virtual learning spaces. He is currently the Chair of two groups responsible for the selection, design and renovation of classrooms and teaching labs at McGill, including numerous new Active Learning Classrooms and Labs. He is also Team Lead for the design and delivery of McGill’s first four Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
Blended learning in orthodontic diagnosis: An interactive approach.
Source: Journal of the Canadian Dental Association | Year: 2008Read Article
Understanding the effects of professors' pedagogical development with Clicker Assessment and Feedback technologies and the impact on students' engagement and learning in higher education
Author: Han, J. H. and | Source: Computers & Education | Year: 2013Read Article