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TAT Faculty Retreat 2022: Health, Wellness, & Lots of Laughs

Health, Wellness, Socialization, and Celebration These are the themes that capture the focus of the TAT Faculty Retreat day held at the Nanaimo Campus on May Friday 13th, 2022. This is the first time since March 2020 that all faculty… Continue Reading →

Applied Research Project: Culinary Arts Teams Up with Industry and Centre for Seafood Innovation

About the Project VIU is always looking for ways to partner with industry and other institutions to create research opportunities.  Trades and Applied Technology has begun to explore this arena as well and a prime example of this is the… Continue Reading →

How to set up an Asynchronous Module Design in VIULearn

In this short video tutorial, Rita Gower, Professional Bake Instructor at VIU, provides an overview of how she designed an Asynchronous Learning Module in a way that provides students with an easy to follow learning journey. Let’s Get Started with… Continue Reading →

30 Creative Ways to use Padlet for Teachers and Students

What is Padlet? Padlet can be used by students and by teachers. With padlet you can create an online post-it board that you can share with any student or teacher you want. Just give them the unique Padlet link. Padlet… Continue Reading →

Problems in Education: We don’t know what the future looks like

Jose Bowen talks about teaching for an unknown future. With the rapid changes in Trades and Technology, both in Industry and Education, this TED Talk might be what you are looking for right now as you plan for the Fall… Continue Reading →

Stop Being an Expert!

If you want to become a better Teacher, then show up with the Desire to Learn. In this short video, Simon Sinek shares his perspective on becoming a better teacher. In doing so, he rethinks the teacher/student model and suggests… Continue Reading →

Having a Kahoot at the Digital Toolshed with Ken Harper

Like many instructors throughout the province, Ken Harper, Professional Bake Instructor at VIU, has spent much of his 2020 teaching year learning new tools and looking for pedagogical approaches that engage learners in the Digital Classroom. When we heard that… Continue Reading →

Oral Assessments & Examinations are proving to be a hit with both Instructors and Students in the Digital Classroom

It was great to see so many folks attend the Digital Toolshed to discuss: What Makes a Good Oral Assessment? As a Trades Faculty many of our instructors have implemented some form or another of an Oral Assessment or Examination… Continue Reading →

Sparking Student Creativity while Pivoting to Remote Delivery with Damien Miles

Transitioning from life in industry to teaching full-time at the post-secondary level is a journey that many of us remember well. It’s a steep learning curve for the best of us, and that’s under normal circumstances. For Damien Miles, Electrical… Continue Reading →

Tech Tips of the Week: Do your students know their i-phones are also Scanners?

Tech Tip of the week comes from Gina Easton! Thanks Gina for this great tutorial on how students can easily use their iphone as a scanner to upload documents to VIULearn No more blurry uploads! Please note: this video is… Continue Reading →

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