Learning Design for Deep Learning

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Aligning, Assigning and Redesigning: Effective Course Assessment for Student Learning

This page outlines details about Aligning, Assigning and Redesigning: Effective Course Assessment for Student Learning – Course Redesign Program running from May 1 until December 2017.  Facilitators: Kathleen Bortolin, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Specialist and Stephanie Boychuk, Learning Technologies Support… Continue Reading →

VIU’s Council on Learning and Teaching Excellence: Takes on Institutional Challenges

VIU’s Council on Learning and Teaching Excellence is Taking on Institutional Challenges: Seeking New Members for 2017-2018! Handout (PDF): Summary Handout For the 2017-2018 year, faculty members will explore solutions, resources and activities to support these two institutional challenges. Identified… Continue Reading →

Everyday is a Routine

By Devon Murray, Student Teacher, Year 5 Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, VIU As I spend more time in a kindergarten classroom I begin to appreciate the joy in everyday routine activities. Kindergarten is a place for routine. I… Continue Reading →

Classroom Size

By Dawn Wright, Student Teacher, Year 5 Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, VIU The public understands that I’m not talking about the dimensions of a classroom when I say ‘classroom size.’ Before I became a student teacher articles in… Continue Reading →

Where Should We Sit?

by Mollie Campbell, Student Teacher, Year 5 Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, VIU (written as part of a Principles of Teaching and Learning Course) When I walk into a classroom the first thing I notice are always the desks…. Continue Reading →

How Many Teachers are In Your Class?

By Nolan Stewart, Student Teacher, Year 5 Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, VIU (written as part of a Principles of Teaching and Learning Course) How many teachers are in your class? If your answer were one, I would be… Continue Reading →

Creating Classroom Conditions for Optimal Learning

by Kayla Brodhagen, Student Teacher, Year 5 Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, VIU (written as part of a Principles of Teaching and Learning Course) Recently I have been reflecting on the construction of the ideal class setting to optimize… Continue Reading →

Seating Arrangements in Your Classroom

by Nick Yaremchuk, Teacher, The International High School, VIU More and more teachers that I talk to are considering how seating arrangements in their classrooms affect their teaching, affect their students’ learning, and affect discourse in their classrooms. For many … Continue Reading →

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