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The following is a list of peer-reviewed pedagogical research published or presented by RGASC faculty and staff members in the past year:

Ashbourne, D. & Rawle, F. (February 2018). “What should we be teaching students about the Science of Learning?” Educational Developers Caucus Conference. University of Victoria. Victoria, British Columbia.

Ashbourne, D. & Rawle, F. (February 2018). “Layered curriculum maps: An opportunity to reach new audiences.” Educational Developers Caucus Conference. University of Victoria. Victoria, British Columbia.

Burazin, A. (December 2017). “When Jay-z showed up in calculus at 4:44”. Canadian Mathematics Society (CMS) Winter Meeting. University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario.

Burazin, A. & Lovric, M. (2018). “Analyzing Narratives About Limits Involving Infinity in Calculus Textbooks.” Proceedings of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (RUME) Conference, Springer.

Burazin, A. & Lovric, M. (2018). “Transition from Secondary to Tertiary Mathematics Culture Shock: Mathematical Symbols, Language, and Reasoning.” In: Kajander, A., Holm, J., Chernoff, E. Teaching and learning secondary school mathematics: Canadian perspective in an international context. Advances in Mathematics Education (AiME), Springer.

Childs, R., T. Klubi, Langlois, S., Paabo, M., Vardy G., & Yang, J. (June 2017). “Mirror, Mirror in the Hall: Using Assessment to Help Students Become Reflective Learners.”  Canadian Society for Studies in Higher Education (CSSHE) Conference.  Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.

deBraga, M. & Fuzukawa, S. (May 2017). “How to construct and Implement a New Assessment Methodology in a Large Undergraduate Classroom.” University of Toronto’s Teaching & Learning Symposium. Univeristy of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Evans-Tokaryk, T. & Kaler (May 2017). “Supporting the At-Risk Population: Strategies for Teaching Academic Writing in a Program for Suspension & Probation Students.” Canadian Writing Centres Association (CWCA) Conference. OCAD University, Toronto, Ontario.

Evans-Tokaryk, T (May 2017). “The Challenges and Rewards of Writing Program Assessment: A Report on the Use of Critical Discourse Analysis to Evaluate WAC.” Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing (CASDW) Conference. Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario.

Evans-Tokaryk, T., Criger, C., Wood, C., Ibarra, E., & Laliberte, N. (May 2017). “Indigenizing curriculum and pedagogy at the University of Toronto Mississauga.” University of Toronto’s Teaching and Learning Symposium. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Fuzukawa, S. & deBraga, M. (June 2017). “Graded Response Method: Can question type improve critical thinking in large first year undergraduate courses?” Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (STLHE) Conference, Halifax, NS. June 20th-23rd.

Fuzukawa, S., Miller, H., Orchard, T. & deBraga, M. (May 2017). “The Virtual Mystery: Online hybridized problem-based learning in large courses.” University of Toronto’s Teaching & Learning Symposium. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Kaler, M. & Evans-Tokaryk, T.  (May 2017). “The development of a basic assessment package for evaluating the effectiveness of writing instruction.” University of Toronto’s Teaching and Learning Symposium. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Kaler, M., Scoville, C., and Janes, D. (April 2018). “Thinking Holistically abut Academic Integrity in a First Year Learning Environment.” University of Toronto Teaching and Learning Symposium. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Rawle, F. & Ashbourne, D. (November 2017). “Layered Curriculum Maps: A powerful tool for forging partnerships in teaching and learning.” Research on Teaching and Learning Conference. McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario.

Rawle, F. & Ashbourne, D. (April 2018). “Using Layered Curriculum Maps to Identify and Coordinate Integrated Learning Opportunities.” 12th Annual University of Toronto Teaching and Learning Symposium. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Richards, J. & Ashbourne, D. (February 2018). “Straddling the line: Navigating institutional tensions as an early career educational developer.” Educational Developers Caucus Conference. University of Victoria. Victoria, British Columbia.

Taylor, L. (October 2017). “Navigating Intercultural Differences through the use of Game-Based Learning.” AB TESL Conference. Alberta TESL. Calgary, Alberta.

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