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Watch for a new tip posted every week or so. Thanks to Wren Mills for organizing the collection. Here is a link to the overview https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/by-topic/teaching-tips-collection/ Once there, you can go up the menu at the top of the Teaching … Continue reading
Check out https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/by-topic/conference-pedagogy-and-planning/conference-task-list/ for a list of conference tasks (so you can ask individuals, be they volunteers or staff, and form committees for larger tasks). This and other material on the Conference pedagogy link will appear in an upcoming book … Continue reading
Check this out under Conference planning and pedagogy: https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/by-topic/conference-pedagogy-and-planning/feedback-forms/detailed-feedback-form/ for a template you can download and adapt. The link also includes some tips for adapting that form for your own use. Other forms are also at the Conference pedagogy/Feedback forms … Continue reading
Check out our recently completed video project, read the background and link to other EDC-funded projects by clicking here.
Check this out under Conference planning and pedagogy: https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/by-topic/conference-pedagogy-and-planning/feedback-forms/simple-poster-feedback-form/ for a template you can download and adapt for your own use. Other forms are also at the Conference pedagogy/Feedback forms link. Watch here for more conference and workshop/seminar related ideas. … Continue reading
Check this out under Conference pedagogy and planning: https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/by-topic/conference-pedagogy-and-planning/feedback-forms/simple-feedback-form-2/ It’s a template you can download and adapt for your own use. There are other downloadable feedback forms at Conference pedagogy/Feedback forms. Watch here for more conference and workshop/seminar related ideas. … Continue reading
Over a decade ago, I was invited to lead an all-day interactive workshop about the use of Problem-based Learning (PBL) and Cases as examples of Collaborative Learning. It was a short flight to this post-secondary institution that I had never … Continue reading