6th Annual SALTISE Conference
Conference Theme: New Frontiers for Engaging the Learner: Interconnecting design and Assessment
For the past six years, SALTISE (Supporting Active Learning and Technological Innovation in Science Education) has provided the Quebec educational community with a vibrant and free conference.
It attracts approximately 300 university and college instructors, educational researchers, professional development personnel and graduate students.
Post-conference workshops will be on June 6. For more information, including a list of keynote speakers, workshops and presentations, please see the conference website.
Register before May 21, 2017 to take advantage of the FREE registration.
Supporting Active Learning & Technological Innovation in Studies of Education (SALTISE) is a community of practice that brings together instructors and professional development staff from English and French educational institutions within the greater Montreal area, as well as other regions of Quebec. The key goals of SALTISE are based on the ideas of pedagogical change involving innovations in instruction and leveraging the use of educational technology to promote learning. It began as a consortium composed of science faculty and educational researchers from Montreal area educational institutions, Dawson College, John Abbott College, Vanier College and McGill University, funded by a Chantier 3 institutional grant from Quebec’s Ministry of Education, Sports and Leisure (MELS), see below for specific grant information.