Breakout Sessions

Lecture Capture Recordings

Breakout sessions in two rooms (A-1043, A-1046) were recorded with Lecture Capture. The following recordings are available:


Effective teaching and transformational learning: You can't have one without the ooooother
Presented by Dr. Trudi Johnson, Faculty of Education; Albert Johnson, Centre for Innovation in Teaching & Learning.

 

Engaging 250 students with bubbles and tinfoil: Active learning in large classrooms
Presented by Dr. Kelly Shorlin, Faculty of Science, Physics & Physical Oceanography, Memorial University.

 

Fostering transformative learning experiences through the use of Universal Design in Learning
Presented by Jason Geary, CITL; Dr. Gabrielle Young, Faculty of Education; Dr. Ailsa Craig, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, Memorial University.

 

From transaction to transformation - an evolving perspective on accessibility advising
Presented by Beth Ryan, Student Learning Accessibility Advisor, Blundon Centre, Memorial University.

 

Happy About Safety: A Workplace Safety iBooks Creation
Presented by John Goldsworthy, Newfoundland Labrador English School District.

 

Leadership in curricula: A cross disciplinary partnership
Presented by Jennifer Crowe and Ryan Murphy, Student Life, Memorial University.

 

LEADing the way - Integrating interdisciplinary community collaborative programming
Presented by Mx. Taylor Stocks, Harris Centre; Dr. Andrea Rose, Faculty of Education; Dr. Kim Myrick, Centre for Innovation in Teaching & Learning, Memorial University.

 

Mastering Einstein's Relativity in 50 Minutes: A Collaborative Exercise in Abstract Reasoning
Presented by Dr. David Helfand, Professor of Astronomy, Columbia University.

 

The Transformative Learning of the "Dear data" Project
Moderated by Mr. Patrick Wells, Faculty of Education, Memorial University.
Panelists include: Dr. Cecile Badenhorst, Faculty of Education; Dr. Beverly Fitzpatrick, School of Pharmacy; Julia Halfyard, Faculty of Education, Memorial University.

 

Transformation through 'translation': Combining components of learning in assignment design
Presented by Dr. Ailsa Craig, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, Memorial University.

 

Universal Design in Action: A Panel on Universal Design for Learning
Moderated by Jason Geary, CITL, Memorial University.
Panelists include: Dr. Ailsa Craig, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences; Dr. Gabrielle Young, Faculty of Education; Catherine Shortall, Blundon Centre; Jen D'eon, Graduate Student, Memorial University.

 

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