Documentation:CTLT programs/CTLT Institute/2019 Spring

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Overview

The Spring Institute 2019 (May 21 – 24, 2019) is an opportunity to network with UBC colleagues and to share practices, research, and experiences around teaching, learning, and technology.

Call for Contributions

Embracing Creativity & Risk Taking

“In a world characterized by complex societal challenges and heightened public expectations, broad-based innovation is imperative.” – UBC Strategic Plan, Shaping UBC’s Next Century (p. 32)

We invite proposals that demonstrate purposeful innovation in teaching practices, educational research, student services, and learning technology to support student success and experiences. The Spring Institute serves as a forum for members of the teaching and learning community to collaborate, network and engage in knowledge exchange.

Institute Facilitator Community Workshop

We are offering an 1.5 hour workshop (optional but highly encouraged) for all of our Spring Institute Facilitator on "What does good facilitation look like in educational leadership?".

As educational leaders, we are often advised to use “facilitation” skills when we share our teaching ideas and deepen learning of our colleagues. The focus of this workshop will be on facilitation skills that are used when developing others’ capacity in teaching and learning.

Institute Schedule

Time Strategic Pillar Session Title Facilitator(s) Additional Resources
Tuesday, May 21

9 - 10:30 AM

Transformative Learning

People and Places

Exploring inclusive and equitable teaching practices: using a new set of UBC-based case studies Sue Hampton, Educational Consultant, CTLT

Alison Jolley, PhD., Lecturer & Science Education Specialist, Earth and Ocean Sciences

Hanae Tsukada, PhD., Educational Consultant, Student Diversity Initiative & CTLT

Tuesday, May 21

9 - 10:30 AM

Transformative Learning

People and Places

Teaching and Learning with Technology Panel
  • David Gaertner, Green College Leading Scholar, Associate Editor and New Media Curator, BC Studies, Instructor, First Nations & Indigenous Studies Program
  • Christine D’Onofrio, Instructor, Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory
  • Sheryda Warrener, Lecturer, Poetry Creative Writing Program
  • Janette Bulkan, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Forestry

Emily Renoe, Educational Consultant, CTLT

Will Engle, Strategist, Open Education Initiatives, CTLT

Tuesday, May 21

11 AM - 12:30 PM

Transformative Learning OnTask: A Learning Analytics tool to provide personalized feedback to every student
  • Simon Bates, Professor of Teaching, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Faculty of Science | Associate-Provost, Teaching and Learning UBC
  • Silvia Bartolic, Instructor, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts
  • Sandra Brown, Instructor, Applied Biology, Faculty of Land and Food Systems

Firas Moosvi, Learning Analytics Project

  • Learning Analytics UBC
  • Fritz, J. (2017). Using analytics to nudge student responsibility for learning. New Directions for Higher Education, 179, 65-75.
  • Pardo, A., Jovanovic, J., Dawson, S., GaÅ¡ević, D., & Mirriahi, N. (2017). Using learning analytics to scale the provision of personalised feedback. British Journal of Educational Technology, doi:10.1111/bjet.12592.
Tuesday, May 21

1 - 2:30 PM

Transformative Learning

People and Places

Exploring the Wellbeing Landscape in Teaching & Learning at UBC: Ideas to Action Patty Hambler, Director, Health Promotion & Education

Michael Lee, PhD., Sr. Instructor, Occupational Sciences & Occupational Therapy

Tuesday, May 21

1 - 4 PM

Transformative Learning Using Student Peer Assessment to Reinforce Community and the Role of Audience Jennifer Walsh Marr, Lecturer, UBC Vantage College
Wednesday, May 22

9-10:30 AM

Transformative Learning Concretizing the Abstract: "Poetic Challenges" As Practical Application in the Blended Classroom Sheryda Warrener, Lecturer, Creative Writnig Program
Wednesday, May 22

9-10:30 AM

Transformative Learning Dissemination of Undergraduate Research: A Best Practices Roundtable Symposium Hosted by Writing Across the Curriculum+ David Oliver, PhD., Instructor, Microbiology and Immunology

Jacklyn Stewart, PhD., Sr. Instructor, Chemistry

Eric Jandciu, Skylight Strategist

Wednesday, May 22

11 AM -12:30 PM

Transformative Learning Designing for Gamification: First Steps in Transforming an Existing Course Will Engle, Strategist, Open Education Initiatives, CTLT

Brian Wilson, Curriculum Manager, Vantage College

Manuel Dias, Educational Consultant: Learning Technology & Faculty Liason, CTLT

Wednesday, May 22

11 AM -12:30 PM

Transformative Learning

People and Places

Human Libray: Enhancing Students Learning and Experiences Erin Fields, Librarian, Learning Commons & UBC Library

Shaya Golparian, Educational Developer: TA Training and Development, CTLT

Patty Hambler, Director, Health Promotion & Education

Kim Kiloh, Director, Centre for Student Involvement and Careers

Janet Mee, Director, Centre for Accessibility

Kyle Nelson, Community Learning Officer, Centre for Community Engaged Learning

SDI Liaison, Equity & Diversity Office

CANCELLED!!!
Wednesday, May 22

1:00 - 2:30 PM

Transformative Learning What is on the Horizon at UBC? Creating a UBC Specific Horizon Report Cyprien Lomas, PhD. Assistant Dean, Learning Technologies and Director, Learning Centre, Land and Food Systems

Judy Chan, PhD., Faculty Associate/Faculty Liaison, Land and Food Systems, CTLT

Thursday, May 23

9 - 10:30 AM

Transformative Learning TLEF Evaluation Adriana Briseno-Garzon, Manager, Learning Evaluation and Research, CTLT

Paulina Semenac, SoTL Facilitator, CTLT

Thursday, May 23

9 - 10:30 AM

Transformative Learning

Research Excellence

Research Bytes
  • Exploring the value of student workers’ contribution in teaching and learning
  • Reducing Participation Related Anxiety in Discussion Based Courses
  • Teaching Empathy to Medical Students via Narrative Knowledge
  • The Role of Stakeholder Voices in Curriculum Reform
  • Quantitative Arts: Using Real World Practice to Increase Learning of Quantitative Research Methods
Tim Huh, PhD., Professor, Sauder School of Business

Greg Werker, PhD., Lecturer, Sauder School of Business

Sunah Cho, PhD, Faculty Liaison, CTLT

Arkie Liu, 3rd Year Commerce Student, Sauder School of Business

Kristen Walker, PhD., Instructor, Land and Food Systems

Katie Koralesky, PhD Student

Kiera Brant-Birioukov, SoTL Specialist, PhD Student

Wanying Wang, PhD Student, Faculty of Education

Silvia Bartolic, PhD., Instructor, Sociology

Luisa Canuto, PhD., Lecturer and Italian Language Course Coordinator, Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies

ShunFu Hu, SoTL Specialist, PhD Student, Educational and Counseling Psychology, and Special Education

Stephen Zhu, Undergraduate student, International Economics

  • Astin, A. W. (1984, July). Student Involvement: A Developmental Theory for Higher Education. Journal of College Student Development, 40(5).
  • Healey, M., Flint, A., & Harrington, K. (2014, July). Engagement through partnership: Students as partners in learning and teaching in higher education (Publication).
  • Peets, A. D., Coderre, S., Wright, B., Jenkins, D., Burak, K., Leskosky, S., & Mclaughlin, K. (2009). Involvement in teaching improves learning in medical students: A randomized cross-over study. BMC Medical Education, 9(1).
  • Mello, J.A. (2010). The good, the bad and the controversial: the practicalities and pitfalls of the grading of class participation. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 14(1), 77-97.
  • Dallimore, E.J., Hertenstein, J.H., and Platt, M.B. (2004) Classroom participation and discussion effectiveness: student-generated strategies. Communication Education, 53(1), 103-115.
  • Charon, R. (2008). Narrative Medicine: honoring the stories of illness. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hansen, M. J., & Borden, V. M. H. (2006). Using action research to support academic program improvement. New Directions for Institutional Research, no 130, 47-62.
  • Hubball, H., & Clarke, A. (2010). Diverse methodological approaches and considerations for SoTL in higher education. The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 1(1), 1-11
  • Walker, K., & Blankemeyer M. (2013). Where are they now? The results of an HDFS alumni survey. Family Science Review,18(2), 19-45.
  • Onwuegbuzie, A. J. (2010). Academic procrastination and statistics anxiety. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 29(1), 3-19.
  • Tishkovskaya, S. & Lancaster, G. A. (2012). Statistic education in the 21st century: A review of challenges, teaching innovations and strategies for reform. Journal of Statistic Education, 20(2), 1-56.
  • Wei, P. (2005). Student's perceptions on factors of statistics anxiety and instructional strategies. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 32(3), 205.
Thursday, May 23

11 AM - 12:30 PM

Transformative Learning Evaluating a Community Engaged Learning Course: Tools and Strategies Shadi Mehrabi, PhD., Students Development & Services, Center for Community Engaged Learning

Richard Arias-Hernandez, PhD., Instructor, UBC's iSchool

  • Holton, V., & Shaw, K. (2016). The Role of Partnerships in Achieving the Vision: Tracking and Assessing Community Engagement. Presentation given at the Association for Institutional Research Forum in New Orleans, Louisiana on June 2, 2016
  • Kezar, A. (2002). Assessing community service learning: are we identifying the right outcomes?. About Campus, 7(2), 14-20.
  • Mitchell, T. (2008). Traditional versus critical service-learning: Engaging the literature to differentiate the two models. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14(2), 50-65
  • Pracht, D. W. (2007). Evaluating the cognitive process of students participating in a service-learning experience while enrolled in a collegiate social problems class (Doctoral dissertation, Texas A&M University).
  • Payne D. A. (2000). Evaluating service learning activities and program. R&L Education. Contains recommendations, resources and appendixes that can be readjusted and use for evaluating service learning with university student
Thursday, May 23

1 - 2:30 PM

Transformative Learning Evaluating the Impact of Experiential Learning Adriana Briseno-Garzon, Manager, Learning Evaluation and Research, CTLT

Paulina Semenac, SoTL Facilitator, CTLT

Friday, May 24

9 - 10:30 AM

Transformative Learning Marketplace for Innovaive Teaching Practices Silvia Bartolic, PhD., Instructor, Sociology, UBCV

Sally Willis-Stewart, PhD., Sr. Instructor, FHSD, UBCO

Siobhan McPhee, PhD., Sr. Instructor, Geography, UBCV

  • Innovative Practice in Higher Education, journals.staff.ac.uk
  • Institutional Management in Higher Education, www.oecd.org
  • Innovative Higher Education, Springer Verlag, Sept. 2012
Friday, May 24

9 - 10:30 AM

Transformative Learning Online and Mobile Learning Done Right: Designing for professional learners Namsook Jahng, PhD., Educational Consultant: Learning Design, CTLT

Tina Chen, Environmental Health & Knowledge Translation Scientist, National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health

Friday, May 24

11AM - 12:30 PM

Transformative Learning "Never have I ever": The Pedagogy edition with CTLT Faculty Associates Tiffany Potter, PhD., Sr. Instructor, English

James Charbonneau, PhD., Instructor, Physics & Astronomy

Sathish Gopalakrishnan, Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Qian Wang, PhD., Sr. Instructor, Asian Studies

Andrew Owen, PhD., Instructor, Political Science

Siobhan McPhee, PhD., Sr. Instructor, Geography

CANCELLED!!! A similar session will likely be hosted during the upcoming Summer Institute.
Friday, May 24

1 - 2:30 PM

Transformative Learning Using Liberating Structures to Engage and Unleash Everyone Barish Golland, Training Lead, Organizational Change Management, UBC Integrated Renewal Program

Zsuzsi Fodor, Engagement Strategist, UBC Community Engagement