Post Doctorate, Learning Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Ph.D., Educational Technology, Concordia University, Montreal QC
Active learning pedagogies
Active learning classroom design (Future Learning Spaces)
Design-based implementation research
Liz’s projects included the design and implementation of innovative pedagogies and techno-pedagogies; design of active learning classrooms; establishment and support of learning communities composed of practitioners and researchers working together to implement evidence-based pedagogical and learn from these implementations using a design-based implementation research model.
DALITE is a tool designed in collaboration with the CIPhER research team. It is a web-based learning platform that provides students with an asynchronous version of peer instruction.
- Innovative Learning Spaces
* PAREA grant (2014-17) investigating the pedagogical ecosystems created by innovative learning spaces and the outcomes of the student engagement. (PAREA – Programme d’aide à la recherche sur l’enseignement et l’apprentissage program of the Quebec Ministry of Education) * Collaboration with the CLAAC project headed by Bruno Poellhuber involving seven Quebec institutions examining the relationship between physical environments, teaching practices, and students’ learning and engagement.
- Research Practice Partnerships
Leveraging new paradigms and disruptive technologies to successfully orchestrate pedagogical change, a project funded by Social Science & Humanities Research Council – College Community Social Innovation Fund (SSHRC-CCSIF). It is a multi-institutional, inter-provincial, team of researchers, practitioners and corporate partners currently investigating how best to promote the scaling of evidence-based pedagogies and leverage the affordances of educational technologies to support collaborative learning.
College level active learning classrooms: Challenges of using the heterogeneous ecology
Author: Elizabeth S. Charles, Chris Whittaker, Michael Dugdale and Jonathan Guillemette | Source: In L. P. Prieto, Y. Dimitriadis, A. Harrer, M. Milrad, & J. D. Slotta (Eds.), Proceedings of the Orchestrated Collaborative Classroom Workshop | Year: 2015Read Article
Les réseaux conceptuels collectifs en enseignement et en apprentissage: L'usage de TIC pour relier la science scolaire avec la réalité extérieureRead Article
Les retombées de DALITE (Distributed Active Learning Interactive Technology Environment): Un outil en ligne d'apprentissage par les pairs en physique au collégialRead Article
An Analysis of peer-submitted and peer-reviewed answer rationales, in an asynchronous peer instruction based learning environmentRead Article
Taking DALITE to the next level: What have we learned from a web-based peer instruction application?
Author: Sameer Bhatnagar, Nathaniel Lasry, Desmarais, M. and Elizabeth S. Charles | Source: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2014). International Society of the Learning Sciences: Boulder, CO. | Year: 2014
Harnessing peer instruction in and out of class with myDALITE
Author: Elizabeth S. Charles, Nathaniel Lasry, Sameer Bhatnagar, Rhys Adams, Kevin Lenton, Yann Brouillette, Michael Dugdale, Chris Whittaker and Phoebe Jackson | Source: Fifteenth Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics (SPIE Digital Library) | Year: 2019Read Article
Good job Pat! How a physics class benefitted by providing feedback to a fictional in-class peer
Author: Rhys Adams, Phoebe Jackson, Kevin Lenton, Michael Dugdale, Chris Whittaker, Nathaniel Lasry, Elizabeth S. Charles and (SALTISE / S4 Physics Research Team) | Source: Presented at the 8th Supporting Active Learning and Technological Innovation in Studies of Education (SALTISE) Annual Conference, Montréal, Québec, Ca | Year: 2019
La co-conception pour engager collègues et étudiants dans les pédagogies actives en physique
Author: Rhys Adams, Kevin Lenton, Elizabeth S. Charles, Chris Whittaker, Michael Dugdale and Robert Cassidy | Source: Presented at the Association pour la Recherche au Collégial (ARC) colloquium at the 86e Association francophone pour le savoir (ACFAS) Conference | Year: 2018Read Article