Fiona Meyers Cook shares the development of the “Spoken Letters” assignment, an inquiry driven project designed to help students reflect on residential school legacies and show solidarity and support for residential school survivors. Students prepared digital stories in response to survivors’ stories presented on… Continue Reading →
I’m thinking about doing away with a $70.00 textbook that is used every year in one of my classes and replacing it with an open source, on line, textbook: https://open.bccampus.ca/find-open-textbooks/?uuid=0c9b47a1-9309-470c-b83c-ed55f5e2a9ea&contributor=&keyword=&subject= If I were to adopt this textbook I’d like the students… Continue Reading →
Karen Cangialosi argues for open pedagogies in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects, addressing the beliefs that these approaches may not be appropriate for the hard sciences. When I was a biology undergraduate years ago, nearly all of… Continue Reading →
Louis Mattar from Sport, Health & Physical Education department shares his non-disposable course design. Louis tasked his students with collaboratively creating an online and openly accessible human anatomy textbook. You can access the textbook on the BCcampus pressbooks website: https://pressbooks.bccampus.ca/advancedanatomy1sted/
Micki McCartney from the Centre for Experiential Learning explains how she changed her practice after participating in last year’s non-disposable assignment redesign.
It is with great pleasure on the eve of my grandson’s fifth birthday, to invite you to participate in The Soul Project: Evoking an Ensouled Life. One of the requirements in the Ed.D Leadership and Social Transformation Doctorate with Meridian University,… Continue Reading →
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