Author Archives: cassidyinview

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.

Simple poster feedback form

Check this out under In-class activities:  https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/in-class-activities/ways-to-build-feedback-into-your-course/simple-poster-feedback-form/ for a template you can download and adapt for your own use. Watch here for more conference and workshop/seminar related ideas. This feedback form will appear in an upcoming book about Conferences.

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Simple session feedback form

Check this out under In-class activities:  https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/in-class-activities/ways-to-build-feedback-into-your-course/simple-feedback-form-2/ It’s a template you can download and adapt for your own use. Watch here for more conference and workshop/seminar related ideas. This feedback form will appear in an upcoming book about Conferences.

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Think on the fly; be the duck – a facilitation story

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

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Check out this T & L ‘cookbook’

Colleague Celia Popovic of York University in Ontario, Canada, has come up with a great idea – a ‘cookbook’ of teaching and learning ideas, contributed by folks responding to her email invitation via some listservs. Each one is created in … Continue reading

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Craft the first 15 minutes of your course

This was a session I led at the 2016 Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) conference in London, Ontario. As I was modelling actual teaching of the first class in a course, I gave out a syllabus, … Continue reading

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For further exploration

For further exploration Here is a file you can download, called For further exploration. It includes URLs used in the slides for the Urban Wildlife course, and additional links I thought you might enjoy. Just click on each link to … Continue reading

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Urban Wildlife: June 6-10

Join me for a week-long (one 1-hour class each weekday) course at UBC, Point Grey campus as part of the Ageless Pursuits series. Urban Wildlife:  Birds and mammals and trees. Oh my! Click below for all the details. https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/week-2-option-c-urban-wildlife-birds-mammals-trees-black-sea-alternative-perspective-modern

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