SALTISE is pleased to announce that its 2017 Conference will be held on June 5, 2017 at Concordia University The theme of this year’s event is “Interconnecting Design and Assessment:
New frontiers for engaging the learner”Mark your calendars and make plans to attend. Information on registration and conference keynote speakers will be available in March.
NOW OPENFor full details on the call for proposals and to submit:
SALTISE wants to hear from those who have begun to use innovative pedagogies and technologies in their instruction as well as those who have been conducting research in the field of education, learning sciences, educational technology, etc. The Conference Committee looks forward to receiving your submissions.They
welcome proposals from individuals or groups, in either French or English.Submission deadline: Monday March 27, 2017 Decision announced: Two weeks following the submission deadline
The SALTISE “Best Practices & Pedagogical Innovators Award”
recognizes educators who stand out as leaders in the promotion of academic excellence, use of innovative pedagogies, and support of their academic communities.A pedagogical innovator motivates students to succeed, uses evidence-based pedagogy to implement active learning approaches in their classroom and contributes to the development of this approach through initiatives in their local setting, including providing workshops, talks, etc., to build and contribute to a community of practice.Two Awards are available:
Best Practices & Pedagogical Innovators Award for College Instructors
Best Practices & Pedagogical Innovators Award for University Instructors
Applications may be in written in English or French.
We are in the midst of a complete re-design of our SALTISE website which will include many new features and interactive sections.Launch date is scheduled for June 2017 – just in time for our conference!
Can’t believe 2017 is at an end. It’s been a busy 12 months for the SALTISE team. This year, in particular, has been filled with completing existing projects and casting nets for new ones. Most notably…