Windsor-Oakland conference: May 19-20, 2011

I invite you to take part in the session, Share and share alike:  Would any of these assignments and activities work for your course? It is a peer-reviewed conference session, taking place through this blog, during the timing of the face-to-face conference (May 19 and 20, 2011) at the University of Windsor in Ontario.

You can take part whether you are at the conference or not. You will need to register (see the Step-by-step guide) by emailing me, and also so that you can receive all the contributed material. You can start now if you like (we officially start at 9:00 am EST on the 19th, and all material will be up by then). I will ask that you spend a total of 90 minutes ‘in the session’ (but you can come and go as you like), and that you complete the required tasks by Friday, May 20, 2011 at 5:00 pm EST at the latest.

To get started, click on the link at the top of the blog that is called ‘Moving Beyond the Traditional Classroom: Engaging Students Through Experience: Windsor-Oakland Conference’.


About cassidyinview

I am an educator, facilitator, writer, editor, photographer and biologist. I design and lead customized workshops, courses, and programming in the areas of teaching and learning, professional development, science education and natural history, especially ornithology.
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One Response to Windsor-Oakland conference: May 19-20, 2011

  1. corejolts says:

    Hi Alice,
    I would LOVE to participate, but the timing is impossible for me! Thank you, nonetheless, for the opportunity to see some of the material now. It’s a rich resource even before you collect the participants’ responses.

    Best wishes to you and the collaborators who are able to join in!

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