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2018 Winter Institute


The 2018 Winter Institute (Dec. 4 – 6) is an opportunity to network with colleagues and to explore how to better focus on our own professional development and growth in supporting student success, including academic, social, emotional and physical domains of their development. We invite your contributions to enhance our collective capacities to become responsive practitioners in teaching and learning.

Call for Proposal

We invite proposals that deepen our reflective practice in teaching and learning and rejuvenate our creativity in designing our teaching and learning environment.

Proposal Requirements

  • Primary Contact information (Name, Department, Role, Email Address)
  • Name and Role of Co-facilitators
  • Session Title & Description
  • Connection to Educational Research and Pedagogical Knowledge
  • Session Format Selection
  • Audiovisual Requirements

Session Formats

  • Interactive Workshop — provide Institute attendees the chance to explore a topic in depth with their peers.
  • Panel Presentation & Discussion — provides a forum of public exchange of ideas, giving experts and Institute attendees the chance to discuss a particular topic collaboratively.
  • Round Table Symposium Discussion — three short discussions on related topics (20 minutes) requiring moderators to set the context and provide ideas/information to shape and enrich the dialogue, followed by a facilitated discussion at the end.

Please submit your proposal by Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 at 3 p.m.

Facilitator Development Workshop

We will be offering an Institute Facilitator Development Workshop on Thursday, November 29, to continue sharing, learning, and connecting with one another. Please join us and register here!

Institute Schedule

You may find here a copy of the Summer Institute Schedule (PDF).

Our Institute Facilitators have shared their workshop materials and relevant resources for your professional development beyond the Summer Institute (see below).

Time Session Title Facilitator Location Workshop Materials & Additional Resources
Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 9 – 10:30 a.m. Celebration of Connections Judy Chan, Faculty Associate/Faculty Liaison

Sue Hampton, Educational Consultant

Lucas Wright, Educational Consultant

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256)
Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 9 – 10:30 a.m. Providing Effective Feedback on Writing Assignments Eric Jandciu, Strategist, Teaching and Learning initiatives, Skylight

Meghan Aube, Director, Academic Services, Extended Learning

Jackie Stewart, Senior Instructor, Chemistry

David Oliver, Senior Instructor, Microbiology & Immunology

IKBLC, Dodson Room (Room 302)
Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. What am I Really Learning? Using Reflection to Enhance Student Metacognition Katherine Lyon, Instructor, Vantage/Sociology

Mabel Ho, Sessional Instructor, Sociology

Jennifer Lightfoot, Lecturer, Vantage Academic English Program

Amber Shaw, Lecturer, Vantage Academic English Program

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256)
Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Using Library Online Course Reserves (LOCR) to Customize Student Reading Lists Stephanie Savage, Librarian

David Winter, Borrower Services Librarian

Simonida Jocic, Rights and Permissions Manager

Linda Wensveen, Course Reserves Specialist

IKBLC, Dodson Room (Room 302) Library Online Course Reserves
Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 1 – 2:30 p.m. Leaving and Coming Back to the Classroom: Making Meaning out of Learning Marie Bonardelli, Educator & District Mentor, Delta School District IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256)
Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 1 – 2:30 p.m. Best Practices for Designing a Seamless Online Learning Experience Marie Krbavac, Educational Consultant, CTLT

Bosung Kim, Educational Consultant, CTLT

Stoo Sepp, Instructional Designer, Education

Louise Longridge, Lecturer, Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

IKBLC, Dodson Room (Room 302) Presentation slides

Course set-up checklist

Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. Creating Exceptional Online Learning: Online Course and Resource Design Studio Marie Krbavac, Educational Consultant

Bosung Kim, Educational Consultant

IKBLC, Dodson Room (Room 302)
Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 3 – 4:30 p.m. The One Question We’re Not Asking Our Students John Vigna, Instructor, Creative Writing Program IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256)
Wednesday, Dec. 5 | 9 – 10:30 a.m. Student Peer Assessment Planning Silvia Bartolic, Instructor, Sociology

Jason Myers, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256)
Wednesday, Dec. 5 | 9 a.m – 12 p.m. UBC Studios: Best Practices In Creating Educational Media Matthew Yedlin, Professor, Electrical Engineering

Jürg Fraefel, Director and co-founder of the Digital Learning Center at the Zurich University of Teacher Education

UBC Studios
Wednesday, Dec. 5 | 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Minding the Gap: Fostering Academic Integrity in our Classrooms Laurie McNeill, Senior Instructor, English; Chair, First-Year Programs

Kristi Carey, Project Coordinator, First Year Arts

Nazih El-Bezre, Lecturer, Arts Studies in Research and Writing

Brianne Orr-Alvarez, Lecturer, French, Hispanics and Italian Studies

Moberley Luger, Lecturer, English

Laila Ferreira,Lecturer, Arts Studies in Research and Writing

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256) Our Cheating Hearts? TLEF Proposal Report
Wednesday, Dec. 5 | 1 – 3 p.m. Strategies for Integrating Diversity Through UDL: Inclusive Classroom Practices and Course Design Laila Ferreira, Lecturer, Arts Studies in Resaerch and Writing

Jennifer Gagnon, Sessional Lecturer, Political Science

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256)
Wednesday, Dec. 5 | 1 – 3 p.m. Emerging Media Lab Immersive Orientation Saeed Dyanatkar, EML Lead and Executive Producer, UBC Studios IKBLC, Room 183
Thursday, Dec. 6 | 9 – 10:30 a.m. Student and Teacher Wellbeing: Simple Strategies for Positive Impact Michael Lee, Senior Instructor, Occupational Sciences & Occupational Therapy

Gail Hammond, Instructor, Land and Food Systems

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256) Slide Deck

Teaching Practice and Wellbeing Checklist

Teaching Practice & Wellbeing blog

Thursday, Dec. 6 | 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The Application of Educational Technologies in the Internationalization of Curriculum Siobhán McPhee, Senior instructor, Geography/Vantage

Neil Leveridge, Lecturer, Vantage

Katherine Lyon, Instructor, Vantage/Sociology

Amber Shaw, Lecturer, Vantage Academic English Program

Kayli Johnson, Instructor, Vantage/Chemistry

Brian Wilson, Faculty Liaison, Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology

Brett Gilley, Senior Instructor, Earth, Ocean, & Atmospheric Sciences; Chair, Vantage College Science

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256)
Thursday, Dec. 6 | 1 – 2:30 p.m. Preparing Students to Work With Communities Kyle Nelson, Community-engaged experiential learning officer, Centre for Community Engaged Learning

Kayla Fang, Lecturer and Coordinator, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Evan Mauro, Lecturer, Coordinated Arts Program

Kristi Carey, Curriculum Consultant

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256) Relevant Links for preparing Students:

•       Faculty facing Toolkit and resources on all aspects of developing a community engaged learning course or program. Available on CCEL website

•       CCEL workshops A series of workshops that you can book for your class or program to prepare students to work in and with community.

•       TA training session A session designed to enable TA's to better support community engaged learning courses

January 15, 2019

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

•       Sign-up for our newsletter Where we advertise grants, PD funds, workshops and oppoertunites to connect with community.

•       Contact us for 1:1 consulting and other types of support [[1]]

Thursday, Dec. 6 | 3 – 4:30 p.m. Collective Learnings and Building Each Other Up: Engaging with Equity, Inclusion, and Indigeneity in the Classroom Jocelyn Stacy, Allard School of Law

Evan Mauro, Coordinated Arts Program

Liane Chen, Zoology

Neil Armitage, Sociology

IKBLC, Chilcotin Room (Room 256)