Post-doctorate, Biophysics, Research Centre on Ageing, Sherbrooke, QC
Ph.D., Physics, Ottawa-Carleton Institute of Physics, Ottawa, ON
Certificate in Computer Science (Prize for Excellence), Bishop’s University, Lennoxville, QC
Peer Instruction (clickers)
Problem-Based Learning (PBL)
Group Problem Solving
PHYSICS - Falling Object TrackerSee details
PHYSICS - Bottle Rocket TrackerSee details
PHYSICS - Mass of A CarSee details
Kevin’s projects included the development of educational tools and resources; knowledge mobilization of evidence-based pedagogies; multidisciplinary and international teacher professional development.
DALITE is a tool designed in collaboration with the CIPhER research team. It is a web-bases learning platform that provides students with an asynchronous version of peer instruction.
- SSHRC Grant (YEAR-AR)
Co-applicant in a multi-institutional, inter-provincial, team of researchers, practitioners and corporate partners to investigates and promotes the use of evidence-based pedagogies and how best to leverage the affordances of educational technologies to support collaborative learning in the SSHRC-CCSIF funding project: Leveraging new paradigms and disruptive technologies to successfully orchestrate pedagogical change. (SSHRC – Social Science & Humanities Research Council)
- Implementation of Active Learning Strategies
Strategies include: Flipped Classroom, Peer Instruction, Conceptual maps, and the use of student-generated videos.
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
Geopositioning in the Active-Learning Classroom: Automating a technique to Improve Teacher Orchestration and Student Engagement
SALTISE Conference 2019
SALTISE Best Practices & Pedagogical Innovators Award
SALTISE Conference 2014