Learning Design for Deep Learning

Musings from the Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning

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January 2014

Calibrated Peer Review Part II

By Barbara Metcalf, Teaching Faculty Member, Bachelor of Nursing Program, Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, VIU For all blog posts on this topic see Calibrated Peer Review Part I, Part III, Part IV and Part V I thought that… Continue Reading →

Simulation Snippets Part II

By Barbara Metcalf, Teaching Faculty Member, Bachelor of Nursing Program, Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, VIU For all blog posts on this topic see Simulation Snippets Part I, Part III, Part IV and Part V I thought I would… Continue Reading →

How Students Influence Your Teaching Style

by Doris Carey, Teaching Faculty Member, Faculty of Academic and Career Preparation Much of the literature on teaching and learning styles came from pop culture magazine surveys that concluded that you had a visual style of you liked to look… Continue Reading →

Learning and Teaching in the Print Shop

by Darlene Goodrick, Supervisor, Printing and Duplicating, VIU In the short time I have been here at VIU I am blown away by what this University has to offer. As a CUPE member, staff can partake in funded learning to… Continue Reading →

The Presentation Problem

by Anna Atkinson, Teaching Faculty Member, English Department, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, VIU Some years ago, the English Department undertook an exit survey of its graduating students. In that survey, one of the things that surfaced struck my colleagues… Continue Reading →

The Tension between “What” and “How” in Teaching

by Bryan Webber, Teaching Faculty Member, Faculty of Management, VIU I have come to believe that living in the ongoing tension between the “what” and the “how” is of critical importance to me as an educator. I always need to… Continue Reading →

What to say about teaching and learning?

by Rob Ferguson, Teaching Faculty Member and Co-Chair, Department of Recreation and Tourism Management, Faculty of Management, VIU What to say about teaching and learning?  For me, linking these two terms with ‘and’ has always seemed somewhat problematic. The English… Continue Reading →

Best Course Ever!

by Marilyn Assaf, Communications Officer, University Relations, VIU Reflecting upon my undergraduate experience at Vancouver Island University, my thoughts immediately turn to the best course ever! It was a third-year elective called Fostering Leadership Development, and it was the last… Continue Reading →

My First Year at a Teaching and Learning Centre

by Melissa Robertson, Learning Technologies Support Specialist, Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning (CIEL), VIU For my first post in the 5X5X25 challenge, I decided to reflect on my learning journey while working at the Centre for Innovation and… Continue Reading →

Cell Phone Obsession—Are Students Paying Attention Anymore?

by Andrea Noble, Online Course Support Assistant, Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning (CIEL), VIU “To be physically alone is still relatively easy, but many of us struggle daily to turn off e-mail, computers, or cell phones. For many… Continue Reading →

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