Archived RGASC News & Successes
News is arranged in reverse chronological order.
Andie Burazin presented “When Jay-z showed up in calculus at 4:44” at the Canadian Mathematics Society (CMS) Winter Meeting (December 2017) at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario.
Fiona Rawle and Dianne Ashbourne presented “Layered Curriculum Maps: A powerful tool for forging partnerships in teaching and learning.” at the Research on Teaching and Learning Conference (November 2017) at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
Laura Taylor presented “Navigating Intercultural Differences through the use of Game-Based Learning.” at the AB TESL Conference (October 2017) at Alberta TESL, Calgary, Alberta.
Ruth Childs, Thomas Klubi, Sylvia Langlois, Monica Paabo, Graham Vardy, and Jinli Yang presented “Mirror, Mirror in the Hall: Using Assessment to Help Students Become Reflective Learners.” at the Canadian Society for Studies in Higher Education (CSSHE) Conference (June 2017) at Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.
Sherry Fuzukawa and Michael deBraga presented “Graded Response Method: Can question type improve critical thinking in large first year undergraduate courses?” at the Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (STLHE) Conference (June 2017) in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Michael deBraga and Sherry Fuzukawa presented “How to construct and Implement a New Assessment Methodology in a Large Undergraduate Classroom.” at the University of Toronto’s Teaching & Learning Symposium (May 2017) at the University of Toronto.
Tyler Evans-Tokaryk and Michael Kaler presented “Supporting the At-Risk Population: Strategies for Teaching Academic Writing in a Program for Suspension & Probation Students.” at the Canadian Writing Centres Association (CWCA) Conference (May 2017) at OCAD University, Toronto, Ontario.
Tyler Evans-Tokaryk presented “The Challenges and Rewards of Writing Program Assessment: A Report on the Use of Critical Discourse Analysis to Evaluate WAC.” at the Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing (CASDW) Conference (May 2017) at Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.
Tyler Evans-Tokaryk, Cat Criger, Caroline Wood, Elizabeth Ibarra, and Nicole Laliberte presented “Indigenizing curriculum and pedagogy at the University of Toronto Mississauga.” at the University of Toronto’s Teaching and Learning Symposium (May 2017) at the University of Toronto.
Sherry Fuzukawa, Heather Miller, Trevor Orchard, and Michael deBraga presented “The Virtual Mystery: Online hybridized problem-based learning in large courses.” at the University of Toronto’s Teaching & Learning Symposium (May 2017) at the University of Toronto.
Michael Kaler and Tyler Evans-Tokaryk presented “The development of a basic assessment package for evaluating the effectiveness of writing instruction.” at the University of Toronto’s Teaching and Learning Symposium (May 2017) at the University of Toronto.