Prepared by assistant professor Natalie Kouri-Towe of the Simone de Beauvoir Institute, this open resource for all faculty provides guidance for teaching topics related to sexuality. This initaitve Seeks to create a "community of practice" across academic fields in response to student needs.
John Molson School of Business students have areal-life opportunity to manage funds and answer to client committees from industry.
Students apply their skills and knowledge in live contexts, while enhancing their professionalism and readiness to move to the workplace.
Performed in groups, the community service initiative offers students an opportunity to provide consulting services to local non-profit organizations. Through service learning, they expand their sense of social responsibility while honing their business and consulting skills.
This set of learning analytic tools “deliver[s] program and course level insights to support personalised learning, with a vision of helping teaching staff make informed decisions on teaching and learning practices,” including by:
Developing an early warning system to identify students who have disengaged in their courses and provide them with support
Offering instructors learning analytics dashboards with real-time student data to help them better understand how students are performing in their course
Offering students an adaptive learning platform that recommends personalized learning activities from a pool of resources generated by educators and the students themselves
The Teaching, Making & Performing Online (TEMPO) team is made up of creative researchers and staff with a background in fine arts who offer creative pedagogical support to Concordia faculty members who are teaching online.
Faculty members can access an online service desk and submit specific questions about teaching, making, and performing online.
The resource library has examples of creative approaches to using online platforms, reimagining them as artistic mediums. The collection also includes tools, strategies, and resources for teaching, performing and making online.
Profs can reserve a virtual gallery space for class critiques.
Meetings prior to class let profs run through any activities included in the plan for the day’s class, such as: using breakout rooms for group projects and critiques, conducting polling in Zoom, etc.
Drop-ins at the beginning of the semester to give a short presentation of Zoom tips for students, to make class sessions run more smoothly.
This project saw the “development and implementation of 3D digital cadavers to enhance student learning, online engagement, and success in a foundation first-year health Anatomy and Physiology course.”
Allows students enrolled in large class sizes and limited individual laboratory time to access online 2D and 3D cadaveric specimens, lab resources, revision tools and summative assessments to enhance their learning.
Improves students’ performance in laboratory exams by allowing them to review complex material and prepare for the exams anytime and anywhere.
This outreach program from the Faculty of Applied Science “collaborates with Indigenous communities to create and deliver high impact STEM programming.” The aim is to make STEM content accessible to all students by bringing hands-on curriculum and activities to classrooms and communities across BC.
Offers youth mentorship programs, “an online internship program for Indigenous students to help them develop professional skills as STEM instructors,” engineering and science workshops for grades K-12, and community summer camps.
Includes Land-based Programing to collaborate with communities and “Elders to incorporate traditional knowledge with STEM programming.”
These rapidly developed courses to “offer students an opportunity to engage in new material, or activities not typically covered in the traditional curriculum.” They address emerging areas “in academic fields and in society that have the potential to impact the personal, educational, and professional success of students and does so from multiple disciplinary lenses.”
Can take a variety of formats (a set of workshops to full semester) and credits (one- to three-credit)
Provide faculty the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues across disciplines to design and teach a course
The sessions take place virtually on Zoom. Facilitators will guide you and other participants through a series of questions and gather rapid feedback.
They will collect the group's input though Klaxoon, a visual collaboration tool that brings people together virtually to share ideas. You'll have the chance to upvote ideas to help prioritize feedback / insights / ideas.
If you require any accommodations, please reach out to email@example.com in advance so we can support your meaningful participation.
Societies racialize people according to visible physical markers (such as skin tone) and assign difference and value to those categories, which in turn shapes experiences and opportunities in social, political, and economic life. People who identify as a member of a racialized community may or may not have such visible markers.
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