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Performa – Recordings Available from Blended Learning Conference

July 5th, 2022

  Resources and Recordings from the Performa “Creating Meaningful Educational Experiences” conference of June 1, 2022, are available now.  

Sustainability in All Curricula

June 3rd, 2022

Giving Students a Sustainable Start: McGill’s Newest Sustainability Officer Encourages Sustainability in All Curricula BY CAROLYN SAMUEL MAY 26, 2022 Sustainability is a buzzword that’s been in our lexicon for a few decades now, and it’s still very much linked to the environmental movement. Of course, a sustainable society must have an environmentally sustainable foundation, where people…

Virtual Workshop: Accès, utilisation et gestion des renseignements et des documents à caractère personnel en recherche

April 14th, 2022

Mercredi 20 avril 2021, de 14h00 à 15h30 Accès, utilisation et gestion des renseignements et des documents à caractère personnel en recherche avec Louise Ringuette, candidate au doctorat aux Programmes de bioéthique de l’École de santé publique de l’Université de Montréal Faire de la recherche nécessite bien souvent d’avoir accès à des renseignements personnels ou…

New Concordia Program for Teachers

April 14th, 2022

Greetings, Cegep Instructors. Are you looking to strengthen your teaching practice and credentials? Then consider applying to the Graduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher and Continuing Education launched this year by Concordia University. This online, part-time program prepares its graduates to teach in universities, colleges, CEGEPs, and Continuing Education programs. It is intended for (a)…

Authentic Assessment Strategies – A Faculty Focus Podcast

April 1st, 2022

How do you know that student learning is actually happening? Usually through assessment, right? But how can you assess students without just a quiz or paper? How can you empower them and motivate them to learn and want to learn, so that assessment becomes something that is both powerful for you as an instructor and…

Support for Blended Teaching & Learning is Available!

March 7th, 2022

The Blended Teaching & Learning Support Team is available to meet with teachers to discuss any aspect of blended teaching and learning.   Team members are: Catherine Braithwaite (History), Laurent Duval (French), Chantale Giguère (French), Daniel Goldsmith (Humanities), Einat Idan (Office of Academic Development), Mark Mattei (Physiotherapy Technology) and Helen Stavaris (Business Administration).   For…

Using ComPAIR for Peer Feedback – A SALTISE Webinar – Feb. 4

February 2nd, 2022

ComPAIR: Using Assessment to Support Learning   ComPAIR: Using Assessment to Support Learning Friday, February 4th @ 2:30 – 4:00PM (14h30 – 16h) EST From Fine Arts to Physics, instructors/teachers acknowledge the challenge of promoting students’ critical thinking and reasoning skills. One effective way to scaffold the development of these high-level cognitive processes is to…

Dawson Active Learning Community (DALC) – Winter 2022 Events

January 19th, 2022

The Dawson Active Learning Community will be hosting several workshops this semester.  All faculty members are invited to attend!   Workshops topics will include Perusall, Active Learning Foundations, and the flipped classroom approach, among others.   Consult the DALC website for dates, times and venue (some workshops will be virtual, others will be in person)….

The Pavillion – a New Pedagogical Resource

December 6th, 2021

A database with an effective search tool to assist with the mission of the Pavillon The Pavillon database brings together different pedagogical resources that can support you as a student or teacher. It allows you to find the tools that best meet your needs, using the filters. Each tool is labelled with icons, and their…

Six Tips for Cultivating a Trauma-Informed Higher Education Classroom at the Beginning of Each Semester

November 15th, 2021

From Faculty Focus, November 15, 2021 Ashley Herr-Perrin Collective trauma, in spite of its profound gravity, has granted us an opportunity as educators. Through the devastation of COVID-19 and chaos of various social and political events within the past two years, attention to mental health has encouraged conversation instead of stigmatization (American Psychological Association, 2019)….

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