Results from a conference session about conference pedagogy

Gary, Adrian, Greg and I led a conference session about conference pedagogy. Organized around 5 activities, we asked participants to tell us what made a conference worthwhile or ‘good’. We also invited them to complete some questionnaires based on 16 Guidelines on learning from The University of New South Wales, crafted by Adrian Lee and Michele Scoufis http://www.guidelinesonlearning.com/

Below the reference, you will find a link to each activity and its results. Those who contributed (N = 26) did so voluntarily, anonymously and knowing results would be shared.

Poole, G., A. Lee, G. Light and A. Cassidy. (2008). Practicing What We Preach: Applying Evidence-Based Guidelines to Conference Pedagogy. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Conference, October, 2008, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Activity 1_my ideal conference

Activity 2_what has worked well

Activity 3_differences and similarities of classroom teaching and conferences

Activity 4_complete form 16 guidelines

Activity 5_differences and similarities flipchart summary

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