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Department of Education well represented at SALTISE Conference

May 24, 2017

Associate Professor Ann-Louise Davidson will receive the Best Practices and Pedagogical Innovators Award at an awards ceremony, Monday, June 5.

She is also among several members of the Department of Education community who will speak at the conference.

Presenters include (in order of appearance on the conference program):

· PhD student and EdTech alumnus Emily Sheepy co-presenting Technology-supported active learning in two engineering courses: - two year case study

· Ed Tech alumnus Marcy Slapcoff co-presenting: Sustaining and scaling  professional learning  communities to support  pedagogical change

· Associate Professor Ann-Louise Davidson, PhD students Nadia Naffi, David Price, Nathalie Duponsel, Bojana Krsmanovic, Ivan Ruby Rhonda Chung and Professor Ayaz Naseem co-presenting: Problem-Based Learning in a Ph.D. Qualitative Methods Course : More than meets the eye 

· Professor Saul Carliner presenting  Educational Technology Meets the Real World: Real  Stories of Real Implementations

· Ed Tech alumnus Jihan Rabah presenting Assessment practices and students' approaches to learning

· Ed Tech alumni John Bentley and Stuart Macmillan co-presenting Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) /  Writing in the Disciplines (WID): Meaning, methods  and making learning active

· Associate Professor Ann-Louise Davidson, PhD student David Price, Assistant Professor Giuliana Cucinelli, and PhD student Nathalie Duponsel co-presenting Developing a rubric for maker competencies from a grassroots perspective

· PhD student and incoming LTA Nadia Naffi presenting  Assessment and evaluation of students in online coursesdesigned in a Problem- Based Learning approach

· PhD student Nathalie Duponsel presenting Using robotics for mathematics learning in low SES schools

· PhD student Emily Sheepy co-presenting Effect of digital learning environment on learning outcomes

· Professor Saul Carliner presenting the post-conference workshop, 13 Tips for Writing Assessments and Activities

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