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ISTLD grant project highlights: June 2019

July 09, 2019

Some intriguing findings in this month's final reports. Projects explore active learning, the impact of community partnerships and engagement, assessing the need for professional training for our students, and graduate student perceptions of academic dishonesty.

Three new projects started in June: two Dewey Fellowship projects (Chantal Gibson and Marek Hatala), and a Teaching and Learning Development Grant (Tamara O’Doherty).  

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Completed ISTLD Projects as of June 2019

Sanjay Jeram - Department of Political Science
Active Learning in Teaching of Qualitative Methods in Political Science (G0252)

Clare McGovern - Department of Political Science
The Impact of Community Partnerships on Student Learning Outcomes (G0190)

David Maxwell - Department of Archaeology
Drowning in Garbage? Archaeology, Solid Waste, and Recycling at SFU (G0265)

George Nicholas - Department of Archaeology
Assessing the Need for Professional Training Modules for Archaeology Students (G0240)

Andrew Flostrand - Beedie School of Business
Graduate Student Perceptions of Academic Misconduct in the Business Classroom (G0279)

Henny Yeung - Department of Linguistics
Experiential Learning about Language Development by Engaging with Community Parents (G0256)

New ISTLD Projects as of June 2019

Chantal Gibson - SIAT - Dewey Fellowship Project
Thinking Through Citation: Bridging Reading and Writing in SIAT W Courses with an Ethical Research Writing Toolkit (G0314)

Marek Hatala - SIAT - Dewey Fellowship Project
Structuring Learning Activities to Gain Insight from Canvas Data on Student Access (G0313)

Tamara O'Doherty - School of Criminology
Examining Law-related Training in the School of Criminology (G0312)