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2020 CTLT Winter Institute


The Winter Institute 2019 (December 14-17, 2020) is an opportunity to network with UBC colleagues and to share practices, research, and experiences around teaching, learning, and technology. The theme of this year’s Winter Institute is Sustainable, Inclusive and Thriving Communities. Session materials and relevant resources are curated on the UBC Wiki to support your ongoing learning.

“We define sustainability as simultaneous improvements in human and environmental wellbeing.” – UBC Strategic Plan, Shaping UBC’s Next Century (p. 39).

Institute Schedule & Curated Resources

Date and Time Session Title Facilitator(s) Relevant Workshop Resources and Materials
Monday December 14th, 2020 Fireside Chat: Teaching Large Classes Sustainably Online Katherine Lyon, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Department of Sociology UBC-V;

Anka Lekhi, Assistant Professor of Teaching Department of Chemistry UBC-V;

Ernest Goh, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering UBC-O;

Vania Chan, Instructional Support Specialist, UBC-O

Recording of the Session

CRISP method (discussion assignments)

Slides of panelist Katherine Lyon

Monday December 14th, 2020 ePoster Session: Showcase your SoTL Work Adriana Briseño-Garzón, Senior Manager: Research and Evaluation;

Trish Varao-Sousa, Evaluation & Research Consultant;

Bruce Moghtader, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Facilitator

e-poster presentations:

Implementation and Evaluation: Webinar Learning for Pharmacy Practice Educators

Mitigating Online Learning Inequalities: Student Perceptions of the Transition to Remote Learning

Requiring mobile devices in the classroom: does the use of web-based polling lead to increased levels of distraction?

Regional Practicum Model for Pharmacy Experiential Education

Enhancing Learning in an Online Oral Epidemiology and Statistics Course

Seating the Scene: Identifying antecedents and consequences of micro segregation and testing an intervention to disrupt it.

Comparing the effect of individual and group code review activities on student engagement in an online classroom

The SRL Paradox How Instructor Presence Fosters Self-Regulated Learning

Monday December 14th, 2020- Friday December 18th, 2020 Transitioning to Online Teaching (TOT) Lucas Wright, Senior Educational Consultant, CTLT

Manuel Dias, Educational Consultant. Learning Technologies and Faculty Liaison (Faculty of Science);

Jocelyn Micallef, Educational Developer, Wellbeing in Learning Environments, CTLT;

Charlyn Black, Associate Director, UBC School of Population and Public Health.

Transition to Online Teaching Canvas Course
Wellbeing Day
Tuesday December 15th, 2020 Virtual Classroom Wellbeing: What Can I Do? Sally Stewart, Associate Professor of Teaching, School of Health and Exercise Sciences, UBCO;

Dr. Jannik Eikenaar, Assistant Professor of Teaching, School of Engineering , UBCO

Recording of the session

Session Slides

Website Resources:

Transition to Remote Teaching infographic.

SFU Well-being in Learning Environments

UBC Wellbeing, Thrive at UBC, and Assisting Students in Distress

Teaching Practices that Promote Wellbeing

Classroom (template) Resources: What Can I Do Each Week?

Course Themes for Wellbeing

Random Acts of Exercise Videos

Take a Stand Policy UBC-O

Tuesday December 15th, 2020 Fireside Chat: Keeping Ourselves Well While Teaching and Learning Online Carolyn McEwen Faculty Department of Kinesiology;

Martha Essak Sessional Instructor, Sauder School of Business;

Sally Stewart, Senior Instructor, School of Health and Exercise Sciences;

Ainsley Camps, Educational Developer, CTLT

Session Slides
Tuesday December 15th, 2020 Faculty Wellbeing: Towards Building a Healthier Community Gail Hammond, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Land and Food Systems;

Michael Lee, Associate Professor of Teaching, Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy;

Crystal Hutchinson, Workplace Wellbeing Practices and Learning Consultant, Human Resources;

Jiaojiao Lu, MEd Student, CoP Coordinator.

Session Slides

Goal setting activity to help you create a wellbeing plan

Wednesday December 16th, 2020 Supporting Students in Distress: The Green Folder Brian Barth, Manager, Student Support Services Session Slides

Student Health and Wellbeing at UBC

Wednesday December 16th, 2020 Fireside Chat: What I Learned from Teaching with TAs in an Online Environment Qian Wang Associate Professor of Teaching, Department of Asian Studies;

Blaire Steinwand, Professor of Teaching Department of Zoology;

Sarika Bose, Department of English Language and Literatures;

Ainsley Camps, Educational Developer, CTLT

Recording of the session
Thursday December 17th, 2020 Challenges and Benefits of Multi-campus Learning Christoph Sielmann, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Department of Mechanical Engineering;

Casey Keulen, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Department of Materials Engineering

Recording of the session

Session Slides

Thursday December 17th, 2020 Fireside Chat: Online Learning from a Student Perspective Student panelists: Loïc Cruz-Iqbal, Lucy Hoang, Megan Leong; Ainsley Camps, Educational Developer, CTLT Recording of the session