Measuring Innovation in the Teaching Practice

Hear from a dynamic line-up of UBC researchers producing quality research in the growing field of the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Time: Noon to 4 p.m.
Location: Science Building, SCI 331

12 p.m. — A Blended Learning Approach to Writing Instruction
Jordan Stouck, instructor for critical studies

12:30 p.m. — Inkshedding: A Tool for all Seasons
Shirley McDonald, sessional lecturer for critical studies

1 p.m. — ConEE: An Exhaustive Testing Tool to Support Learning Concurrent Programming Synchronization Challenges
Yves Lucet, associate professor of computer science

1:30 p.m. — Ignite and Excite: Adding Hands-On Activities to Lectures, Labs, and Beyond Class Time!
Zoe Soon, instructor for the School of Health & Exercise Sciences

2 p.m. — Gamification and Game-Based Learning: Incorporating Best Practices in the Use & Design of Games for the Classroom
Nina Langton, associate professor for critical studies

2:30 p.m. — Generic Problem-Solving Skills of Undergraduate Students on UBC Okanagan Campus
Andis Klegeris, associate professor of biology

3 p.m. — Quantitative Discourse Analysis of 1st Year Engineering Student Reflections on a Community Service Learning Communications Assignment: The Pilot Study
Laura Patterson, senior instructor of engineering

3:30 p.m. — Supporting Self-Directed Learning with Metacognitive Curricular Interventions
Peter Arthur, director for the Centre for Teaching and Learning

4 p.m. — Concept Navigator: Optimizing Student Performance with Concept Mapping & Learning Analytics
Robert Campbell, associate professor of education