STLHE 2018 – SoTL Sessions

As many of you prepare to travel to Sherbrooke, Quebec in just a few days, we would like to draw your attention to the STLHE program and the many interesting SoTL presentations our colleagues have prepared!

For the purposes of this post we have included presentations that were identified as being SoTL in the program.  The presentations are listed chronologically below.

Tuesday June 19th, 2018 – Pre-Conference:

  • 9:00 am to 12:00 pm: Designing a SoTL project; partnering with students//Concevoir un projet SoTL : établir un partenariat avec les étudiants. By Andrea Webb (University of British Columbia), Christopher Ostrowski (University of Calgary), Jeni Spencer (University of Guelph)

Wednesday June 20th, 2018 – Cracker Barrel Sessions 11:00 am to 12:15 pm:

  • Start, Stop, Continue and Ticket Out of the Door: Collecting and using student feedback to improve teaching in a large first-year math class//Commencer, arrêter, continuer et billet de sortie : recueillir et utiliser la rétroaction des étudiants afin d’améliorer l’enseignement dans dans un grand groupe d’étudiants de mathématique de première année. By Xinli Wang and Glynn-Adey Parker (University of Toronto – Mississauga)
  • Insights into how to best support SoTL researchers (SoTL)//Aperçu de la façon de mieux soutenir les chercheurs du SoTL. By Alice Sun-Nam Kim, Mandy Frake-Mistak, Geneviève Maheux-Pelletier, Celia Popovic (York University)
  • Writing a SOTL Research Proposal: A Case Study of Faculty Experience//Écriture d’un projet de recherche SOTL : étude de cas des expériences auprès du corps professoral. By Melanie Juliette Hamilton, Andy Benoit (Lethbridge College)
  • What happens when you fail at SoTL and how we can learn from it//Qu’arrive-t-il lors d’un échec au SoTL et comment apprendre de cet échec. By Jeni Spencer (University of Guelph) and Jill McSweeney (Dalhousie University)
  • Challenging the System: Redesigning a Faculty Development Program Using Human-Centered Design//Mise à l’épreuve du système : conception d’un nouveau programme de formation du corps enseignant centré sur l’humain. By Trudi Mason and Christie Robertson (Lethbridge College)

Wednesday June 20th, 2018 – Regular Sessions:

  • 1:50 pm – 3:05 pm: Con 1.02 – Decolonizing teaching through disruptive conversation: A faculty development program//Décolonisation de l’enseignement par la conversation rompue : un programme de perfectionnement du corps professoral. By Sheri Fabian, Dolores van der Wey and Laura D’Amico (Simon Fraser University)
  • 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Con 2.01 – Blended Learning in a Science Classroom//Enseignement hybride dans une classe de sciences. By Irtaza Tahir, Victoria Radauskas, Victoria van Mierlo, Alastair Tracey, Rosa da Silva (McMaster University)
  • 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Con 2.01 – Putting into practice students as partners in pedagogical innovation: Curriculum design and program development//Les étudiants en tant que partenaires de l’innovation pédagogique : conception du curriculum et développement du programme. By Nobuko Fujita, Mark Lubrick and Nick Baker (University of Windsor)
  • 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Con 2.02 – STEPPing-Up Critical Care – Using Simulation in Post-Graduate Nursing Education//STEPP et soins intensifs : utilisation de la simulation en enseignement infirmier au cycle supérieur. By Brenda Ridley and Nazlin Hirji (Humber College)
  • 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Con. 2.03 – Engaging students as partners in global learning//Mobiliser les étudiants en tant que partenaires dans l’apprentissage au niveau modial. By Wendy Jeannette Green (University of Tasmania, Australia)
  • 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Con 2.04 – Faculty members’ attitudes towards the use of high impact practices//L’attitude du corps professoral envers l’utilisation de pratiques à fort impact. By Patrick Lyons, Nectaria Karagiozis, Rosella Ingriselli, Dragana Polovina-Vukovic (Carleton University)
  • 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Con 2.06 – Finding time for scholarship: Innovative solutions for the evolving scholarly culture in the college sector//Trouver du temps pour l’excellence académique : solutions innovatrices pour la culture savante en évolution au niveau collegial. By Heidi Marsh and Carol Appleby (Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning)
  • 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Con 2.12 – Enabling A Successful Learner-Centred Approach//Permettre une approche réussie centrée sur l’apprenant. By Vicki Woodside-Duggins, Bernadette Dececchi and Glen Whitaker (Canadian Armed Forces, Canada)
  • 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm: Con 2.14 – Predictive Learning Analytics in Large Online Course Delivery//Analyse de l’apprentissage prédictif dans la prestation de cours en ligne à de grands groups. By Michelle Troberg and Eugenia Suh (University of Toronto – Mississauga)

Wednesday June 20th, 2018 – Poster Session 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm:

  • Increasing Students’ Habits of Heart, Mind and Hand through Assessment for/as Learning//Les défis de la création d’une culture de l’évaluation pédagogique augmentant leurs habitudes de cœur, d’esprit et de travail concret au moyen de l’évaluation comme outil d’apprentissage. By Deanna Christine Friesen and Doris Cunning (University of Western Ontario)
  • Learning Code through Tangible Aids//Apprendre à coder au moyen d’outils tangibles. By Adam Benjamin Thomas (Humber College)
  • A Learning Laboratory: Current Events, Controversy, and SoTL in the Classroom//Laboratoire d’apprentissage : événements en cours, polémiques et SoTL dans la classe. By Kiara Mikita, Lorelli Nowell and Kimberley A. Grant (University of Calgary)
  • Mapping the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Across Canada//Dresser la carte du développement d’une expertise en enseignement supérieur (SoTL) pour l’ensemble du Canada. By Genevieve Newton (University of Guelph), Janice Miller Young (University of Alberta) and Monica Sanago (University of Guelph)

Thursday June 21st, 2018 – Regular Sessions:

  • 8:40 am to 9:55 am: Con 3.07 –  Mapping the Canadian curriculum mapping landscape: an emerging national conversation//Cartographier le paysage des curriculums au Canada : une conversation nationale émergente. By Cary DiPietro (OCAD University), Kathleen Fitzpatrick (Simon Fraser University), Carolyn Hoessler (Ryerson University), Jessica Richards (University of Toronto) and Peter Wolf (Unaffiliated)
  • 10:20 am – 11:35 am: Con 4.03 – An investigation into the relative effectiveness of four in-class polling apps (Mentimeter, Socrative, Kahoot!, and Plickers) on teaching practices and student experiences//Une étude sur l’efficacité relative de quatre applications pour réaliser des sondages en classe (Mentimeter, Socrative, Kahoot! et Plickers) quant aux pratiques d’enseignement et à l’expérience des étudiants. By Senay Habtu (Humber College), Heidi Marsh (Humber Institute of Technology and Advance Learning), Mark Ihnat and Christopher Pankewich (Humber College)
  • 10:20 am – 11:35 am: Con 4.07 – How could implementing a flexible assessment approach (in which students decide the value of particular assessments from within ranges provided by the instructor) enhance students’ learning experiences?//Comment la mise en œuvre d’une approche évaluative flexible (dans laquelle les étudiants décident de la valeur de travaux particuliers dans un cadre fourni par le formateur) améliore l’expérience d’apprentissage? By Candice A. Rideout (The University of British Columbia)
  • 1:15 pm – 2:30 pm: Con 5.03 – Development of a Rubric to Assess Lifelong Learning in Work-Integrated Learning Reflection Assignments//Mise au point d’une grille pour évaluer l’apprentissage à long terme dans les devoirs de réflexion sur l’apprentissage intégré au travail. By David W Drewery, T Judene Pretti and Robert Sproule (University of Waterloo)
  • 1:15 pm – 2:30 pm: Con 5.04 – Shaping and Interpreting Preservice Teaching Philosophies//Formulation et interprétation des philosophies d’enseignement des enseignants en formation. By Chris Ostrowski, Lena Shulyakovskaya, Michael Holden, Dianne Gereluk, Amy Burns, Kirsten Varsek, Devika Pandey (University of Calgary)
  • 1:15 pm – 2:30 pm: Con 5.05 – Digital Storytelling as Feminist Pedagogy: Making Activist Media in the Classroom//La narration numérique comme pédagogie féministe : création d’un média militant dans la classe. By Samantha C. Thrift (University of Calgary)
  • 1:15 pm – 2:30 pm: Con 5.05 – Reflections on creating an effective generic doctoral writing programme//Réflexions sur la création d’un programme générique d’écriture au doctorat. By E Marcia Johnson (The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand)
  • 1:15 pm – 2:30 pm: Con 5.08 – A coffee and a survey: Mapping digital landscapes in a university setting//Un café et un sondage : La schématisation du paysage numérique dans un milieu universitaire. By Mike Barker, Peggy Hartwick, Beth Hughes, Patrick Lyons, Dragana Polovina-Vukovic, Flavia Renon, Cheryl Schramm and Alan Steele (Carleton University)
  • 1:15 pm – 2:30 pm: Con 5.14 – Partnerships For Student Success: Using SoTL to Advocate for Institutional Change//Partenariats pour la réussite des étudiants : utiliser la SoTL pour préconiser un changement institutionnel. By Brad Wuetherick (Dalhousie University), Wallace Lockhart and Nola Joorisity (University of Regina)
  • 2:50 pm – 4:05 pm: Con 6.04 – Building the Bridge: How Centres for Teaching and Learning Can Lead a Collaborative Approach to First Year Foundation Courses//Jeter des ponts : comment les centres d’enseignement et d’apprentissage peuvent prôner une approche de collaboration aux cours de base de première année. By: Adam Guzkowski, and Robyne Hanley-Dafoe (Trent University)
  • 2:50 pm – 4:05 pm: Con 6.11 – Why your students don’t read (and what you can do about it)//Pourquoi vos étudiants ne lisent-ils pas (et ce que vous pouvez faire). By Karen Mary Manarin (Mount Royal University)

Friday June 22nd, 2018 – Regular Sessions:

  • 8:40 am – 9:55 am: Con 7.06 – Ancient Etymology, Modern Terminology, and Digital Delivery//Étymologie ancienne, terminologie moderne et communication numérique. By George Adam Kovacs (Trent University)

We look forward to seeing you in Sherbrooke!

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