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Past Workshops

VizEd 2017: Visual Practices in Higher Educationvized-promo-banner-1

 

This one-day, hands-on workshop will offer a fun introduction to the basic drawing skills and visual practices (e.g., graphic recording, Sketchnotes) that can be applied to all kinds of teaching, learning and facilitation contexts in post-secondary settings and beyond. This is a great chance to start building your visual vocabulary and repertoire, or reconnect, practice, and share with an energetic group if you’ve been away from it awhile! No drawing experience necessary!

Facilitators: Nancy White & Tracy Kelly


Liberating Structures are small but powerful design adjustments to the “conventional structures” we use to organize our classes, meetings, planning sessions, etc.
Liberating Structures are small but powerful design adjustments to the “conventional structures” we use to organize our classes, meetings, planning sessions, etc.

Liberating Structures 2017

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Liberating Structures are a collection of powerful facilitation strategies that can be used in our classrooms, everyday meetings, strategic planning sessions, workshops, presentations, etc.  They are seriously fun methods to engage  and work together.

Who should attend?  Faculty, Instructors, Teachers,  Learning Designers, Leaders –  all who are called to facilitate learning, meetings, processes, communication, groups, and change.


Liberating Structures 2016

Liberating Structures are a collection of powerful facilitation strategies that can be used in our classrooms, everyday meetings, strategic planning sessions, workshops, presentations, etc.  They are seriously fun methods to engage  and work together.

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Scholarly Inquiry into Student Learning: Designing Your Research Project (Intensive)

Scholarly inquiry into student learning involves a systematic research approach into student learning. Normally conducted within one’s own class, it is evidence-based, peer reviewed and publicly shared. The process begins with designing a study aimed at deepening understanding of, and practice related to, an important student learning issue. Central to directing the research is formulating a focused research question based in the need to understand and improve student learning. Questions often arise from observations made in the classroom but can come from the scholarly literature or elsewhere. Questions are always directed towards understanding and improving student learning.

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