Event | The Possible's Slow Fuse
Tuesday, April 2 | 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
EDB 8515, Research Hub, Faculty of Education, Burnaby Campus
Speaker: Dr. Kevin O'Neill, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education
Teaching and Theater
How is teaching similar to theatre acting, how is it different, and what implications might this have for how we teach face to face, online, and in blended modalities?
The Possible’s Slow Fuse is a scholarly dialogue series organized by the Centre for Imagination in Research, Culture & Education (CIRCE) and the Research Hub of the Faculty of Education. Our 2019 series offers six stimulating discussions about the nature and role of imagination in research and education, facilitated by scholars from diverse fields in education–arts, indigeneity, technology, teacher education, mathematics, and aesthetics. We invite you to bring your ideas and questions, and share and celebrate learning and discovery together. Learn more
A Dialogue Series on Imagination in Research & Teaching
Event | Surrey Scholarship Series: From the Ground Up
Wednesday, April 17 | 12:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Surrey Campus, Room TBD
Speaker: Dr. Celeste Snowber, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education
From the Ground Up is an occasional series hosted by SFU Surrey Faculty of Education members and is intended to build community around scholarship at SFU Surrey. All members of the SFU academic community are welcome to attend and contribute to this effort.
In this session, Dr. Celeste Snowber will share her research interests and current projects.
Workshop | Providing Effective Feedback on Grant Proposals
Date & Time | TBD
Facilitators: Cecilia Kalaw, Research Grants Facilitator (Faculty of Health Sciences); Dr. Susan O'Neill, Associate Dean, Academic and Research (Faculty of Education); Cindy Xin, Director of Research (Faculty of Education)
This 2-hour workshop will be targeted at members of the Faculty of Education Research Hub Advisory Committee who will be engaged in providing internal peer review. Other interested faulty members are welcome to attend. The goal of this session is to equip research faculty to appreciate and understand the unique role of peer-review feedback in building a vibrant and collegial research culture and key features and strategies of constructive feedback that can strengthen grant applications.