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2015 Grantee Presentations

  • 2015 Grantee Presentations

    Berry, B., Dhaliwal, R, Stanton, A. & Zandvliet, D. (2015).  Exploring Correlations Between Learning Environments and Student Well-being in Higher Education. Paper presentation at Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Bossavit, C. (2015, May). Social media supported activities in two intermediate language courses.  Presentation at the Annual General Meeting of the Standing Committee on Language Articulation (SCOLA). Douglas College, New Westminster, BC.

    Campi, F. (2015). Internationalizing Teaching Practices in the Engineering Curriculum, Presentation at Learning at Cultural Interactions Conference, Kamloops, BC.

    Campi, F. & Hajshirmohammadi, A. (2015). Support Technical Learning using Short Audio/Video Tutorials, Presentation at Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA), Hamilton, ON.

    Campi, F., Ravi,R. & Liu, Y.N. (2015). Audio/Video Support for Laboratory Activities, Presentation at Lily Conference On Evidenced-Based Teaching and Learning, Newport Beach, California.

    Canal, J. P., Hanlan, L., Lowe, J., & Fong, R.  (2015).  Effective instruction medium for improving student learning of laboratory techniques. Presentation at The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies 2015 (Pacifichem).  Honolulu, USA.

    Chenier, E. (2015). interracialintimacies.org  Poster  presentation at Organization of American Historians, St. Louis, Missouri, 2015.

    Chenier, E, Doerksen, C. & Makortoff, S. (2015). Historians In Action: Using Digital Humanities to Teach Research Methods From Project Conception Through to Publication. Conference presentation at Digital Diversity 2015: Writing | Feminism | Culture. Edmonton, AB.

    Chenier, E. (2015)."Interracial Intimacies: Sex and Race in Toronto" Official Launch. Lillian H. Smith Public Library, Toronto, ON.

    Chu, S., Dhaliwal, R., & Stanton, A. (2015).  Creating Conditions for Well-being in Learning Environments: Bridging Research and Practice. Paper presentation at International Conference on Health Promoting Universities and Colleges, UBC Okanagan, Kelowna, BC. (Zandvliet)

    Cukierman, D. (2015). Predicting Success in University First Year Computing Science Courses: The Role of Student Participation in Reflective Learning Activities and in I-clicker Activities. Paper presented at the ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, 2015, Vilnius, Lithuania.

    Dhaliwal, R, Stanton, A. & Zandvliet, D. (2015).  Creating Conditions for Well-being in Learning Environments. Presentation at Educational Technologies Users Group meeting, Vancouver, BC.

    Dhaliwal, R, Stanton, A. & Zandvliet, D. (2015).  Bridging Research and Practice: Exploring the Role of Learning Experiences in Enhancing Student Well-being.  Presentation at Canadian Association of Colleges and University Student Services, Vancouver, BC.

    Fillion, N. & Zurcher, B. (2105, June). Threshold concepts in Formal Logic. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, Ottawa, ON.

    Hajshirmohammadi, A. & Zarei, N. (2015).  Incorporating Experiential Learning in Lower Division Engineering Courses. Paper presented at the Canadian Engineering Education Association Conference, June 2015, Hamilton, ON.

    Howarth, P. & Rosenhart, P. (2015). A mentoring model: Support structures and resources for community building. Poster presentation at Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Kanevsky, L., Xin, C., & Ram, I. (June 2015). An investigation of students’  engagement with peers and assigned readings in annotation-enhanced discussion forums. Presentation at Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Kanevsky, L. (June 2015). Using the Marginalia annotation tool to critically engage students in online discussions of assigned readings. Workshop presentation at Educational Technology Users Group Spring 2015, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.

    Lavieri, S., Hanlan, L., & Canal, J.  P.¸ (2015). Development of chemistry instructional videos to improve first year students learning. Presentation at The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies 2015 (Pacifichem).  Honolulu, USA.

    Leaman, E., Hum, G. & van Houten, N. (2015). Methods are important? Understanding student attitudes towards reading primary life sciences literature. Presentation at the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) National Meeting, July 29 -August 2, 2015, U of M, Twin Cities.

    Leaman, E., G. Hum, G., van Houten, N. (2015).  Barriers Faced by Undergraduate Students when Reading Primary Literature. Achieving Harmony: Tuning into Practice. Presentation at the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) annual conference. June 16 – 19, 2015, Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver BC.

    Mackay, C. M. L. & Schmitt, M. T. (June 2015). Learning how to reconnect with nature? Positive outcomes in students’ attitudes towards the environment and well-being. Poster presented at the 76th annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, ON.

    Menz, P., Xin, C. & Li, J. (2015). Design of Online Metacognitive Activity in a Post-Secondary Mathematics-for-Teachers Course. Paper presented at 13th International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project, September 2015, Catania, Italy.

    Menz, P., Xin, C. & Li, J. (2015). Using Reflective Activity to Improve Student Metacognition and Attitudes in Post-Secondary Education. Presentation at Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Morrison, B. & Serverius, C. (2015). Embodying Values through Contemplative Exercises in Introduction to Restorative Justice. Presentation at Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education (ACMHE) conference, Howard University, DC.

    Ng, B. (2015). From Blackboard Collaborate to Google Hangout to Language Tandem: Creating Authentic Experiences to Enhance Language Learning. Paper presentation at the International Society for Chinese Language Teaching 12th International Conference: Theories & Practices – Cases Studies of Classroom Practices, Shanghai, China, 2015.

    Papania, L. (2015). The Business Case for a Circular Economy – Case Study Findings. Presentation at National Zero Waste Council, Vancouver, BC.

    Papania, L. &  Rowan, M. (2015). The circular economy: 11 case studies from the Lower Mainland. Vancouver Economic Commission workshop, Vancouver, BC.

     

2014 Grantee Presentations

  • 2014 Grantee Presentations

    Ahrensmeier, D., Wylie, A., Punja, Z., & Kreis, U. (2014). Tracking Understanding and Appreciation of Science in an Interdisciplinary Brewing Science Course. Poster presentation at ICCE Conference, Toronto, ON.

    Barber, S. (2014, May). The Write Stuff:  Making the Transition from High School to University Writing Through Narratives of Success and Video Instruction.  Paper presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, LLRC Special Interest Group, St. Catherines, ON.

    Barber, S.  (2014, July). Digital Foundations:  Video, Teaching University Writing and ESL/EAL Students.  Paper showcase at Improving University Teaching conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Bai, H., Leggo, C. & Walsh, S. (2014). Arts-based and contemplative practices in research and teaching; Honouring presence. Conference presenation at 6th Annual Conference of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education: Intention, Method and Evaluation, Seattle, WA.

    Bai, H., & Cohen, A. (2014). Becoming Holistic Educators: The Integrative-Contemplative Way. Conference presentation at Holistic Education Conference, School of Education at Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR.

    Bisgrove, S. & Wylie, A. (2014). A field trip to the Bamfield Marine Sciences Center: maximizing the learning experience for students. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Campi, F., Liu, Y., & Ravi, R. (2014, November). Audio/video support for micro-electronics design labs. Presentation at Symposium on Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching and Learning Practice, Vancouver, BC.

    Cartwright, B. & Fabian, S. (2014, May). Exploring the effectiveness of three different course delivery methods in online and distance education. Presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Cartwright, B. & Fabian, S. (2014, May). Student Perceptions of and Experiences with Traditional and Non-traditional Tutorial Formats: Results of an Online Survey on Regular Session, iClicker and Online Tutorials. Presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Brock University, St. Catherine, ON.

    Cartwright, B. & Fabian, S. (2014, October). Exploring the effectiveness of three course delivery methods in online and distance education. Presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Quebec City, QC.

    Chenier, E. (2014).  interracialintimacies.org Poster  presentation at Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting, St. Catharines, ON, 2014.

    Claydon, V. & Shaw, B. (2014). Current and Historical Approaches to Assessing Student Engagement and Experiences of Students Completing Degree Programs Offered by the Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.  Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Clements-Vivian, S. (2014). The Studio Lecture: Designing and Implementing Activity-Based Lectures. Workshop presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Clements-Vivian, S. (2014). The Studio Lecture: Designing and Implementing Activity-Based Lectures. Pecha kucha presentation at Faculty of Communication, Art & Technology (FCAT) “Lean into Learning” Forum, SFU Burnaby. BC.

    Colligan, C., & Levy, M. (2014) Designing Student Assignments for Field Schools. Conference presentation at NASSR Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

    Cukierman, D., McGee-Thompson, D.,Guloy, S., Salimi, F., & Karpilovsky, M. (2014). Addressing challenges students face in first-year university Computing Science and Engineering Science courses: Overview of a needs assessment and workshop. Paper presented at the 19th Western Canadian Conference on Computing Science Education, Richmond, BC.

    Cukierman, D., McGee-Thompson, D.,Guloy, S. & Salimi, F. (2014). Challenging First-Year Computing Science and Engineering Students' Ideas about Learning. Workshop presented at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Danese, G. (2014, July). Endocrine Correlates of Ambiguity. Paper presentation at Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics Conference, Lake Tahoe, NV. Student from Erik Kimbrough’s project.

    Fabian, S., Pescitelli, A. and Sharma, R. (2014, October).  Evaluating asynchronous discussion in on-line and blended learning courses. Presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Quebec City, QC.

    Fernando, M. & Wylie, A. (2014). Assessing the effectiveness of instructional videos in Biology labs for student learning outcomes. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Gajdamaschko, N. & Lapenskie, J. (2014). Development of a Q-Methodology Based Course Assessment Tool to Capture Shifts in Students Theoretical Frameworks due to Participation in a Vygotsky Master Class.  Paper presentation at Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE) International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

    Guloy, S., Salimi, F., Cukierman, D., McGee-Thompson, D., & Karpilovsky, M. (2014). What kind of learning? Exploring faculty and student perspectives on learning strategies and attitudes in engineering and computer science. Paper presented at European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction 2014, SIG 4 & 17 conferences, Leuven, Belgium.

    Hill, C., MacDonald, M., Donovan, L., Howarth, P., & Irvine, M. (2014). Using Co-Inquiry to Actualize Curriculum and Pedagogy. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Social, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Hill, C., MacDonald, M., Donovan, L., Howarth, P., & Irvine, M. (2014). Using Co-Inquiry to Actualize Curriculum and Pedagogy. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC

    Jungic, V., Kaur, H., Mulholland, J., & Xin, C. (2014, May). On Flipping the Classroom in Large First Year Calculus Courses. Paper presentation at the Canadian Mathematics Education Forum, Ottawa, ON.

    Johnson, S. (2014).  A Study of Early Intervention in a First-Year Physics Course Using Online Tutorials, Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Jungic, V., Xin, C., Mulholland, J., Kaur, H., & Surjanovic, S. (2014, August). Flip the calculus classroom: What works, for whom and in what context? Presentation at the Mathematical Association of America MathFest (MAA), Portland, OR, U.S.A.

    Jungic, V., Kaur, H., Mulholland, J., & Xin, C. (2014, May). On Flipping the Classroom in Large First Year Calculus Courses. Paper presentation at the Canadian Mathematics Education Forum, Ottawa, ON.

    Kaur, H., Xin, C., Mulholland, J., & Jungic, V. (2014, May). On the use of instructor made video lectures in context of flipped classroom. Presentation at the International Conference of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in Education, Vancouver, BC.

    Kline, S. & Murphy, D. (2014). Beyond Learning: Towards a Pedagogy for Community Engaged Experiential Learning in Communication Design. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Kreis, U., Ahrensmeier, D., Punja, Z., & Wylie, A. (2014). Interdisciplinary Course Development: Learning From Our Experience in Designing Brewing Science. Workshop presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Kreis, U., Ahrensmeier, D., Punja, Z., & Wylie, A. (2014). Blowing up the Ivory Tower: A Course Design Workshop Centered Around Interdisciplinarity, Workshop at Improving University Teaching conference, UBC, Vancouver, BC.

    Lam, K., & Hilton, L.  (2014, May). Flipping a first year biology course: experiments conducted and lessons learned.  Poster presentation at the Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Burnaby, BC.

    Lam, K., & Hilton, L.  (2014, March). Experimenting with flipped classroom approaches: Comparing in-class and online pre-reading quizzes, using parallel lecture sections.  Poster presentation at the Biology Leadership Conference, Amelia Island, FL, USA.

    Lavieri, S. (2014, June). Development of instructional videos to improve student’s techniques in general chemistry laboratory courses. Canadian Chemistry Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Lechner, M. (2014). Do the Clickers Help Students Understand the Scientific Method? Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Lesage, F., Maronate, J., Jeschelnik, C. & Zhang, Y. (2014). Introducing Empirical Research Methods with Digitally Mediated Environments.  Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC

    MacAlister, D., Farrell, G., Hodgkinson, T. & Curtis, H. (2014). Designing-Out Student Academic Misconduct. Workshop presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC

    Mulholland, J. (2014, January). Flipping the classroom. Presentation at the Teaching and Learning Social, Burnaby, BC.

    Panchasi, R. (2014). Excavating the Present in the History Classroom. Paper presented at Improving University Teaching Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Papania, L. (2014, November). Teaching teams to improve individual and group learning and performance. Roundtable at at Symposium on Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching and Learning Practice, Vancouver, BC.

    Papania, L (2014).  Zero Waste: Innovations to Drive the Circular Economy. Presentation at SFU Public Square, Vancouver, BC.

    Papania, L. (2014). Textiles in Focus. Presentation at Zero Waste Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Poyntz, S. & Reilly, K. (2014). Curation and the Digital Classroom – Design, Participation, and Structure in Online Learning Resources. Paper presentation at Improving University Teaching Conference, July 2014, UBC, Vancouver, BC.

    Rasmussen, D., Roomy, A., Bai, H. & Cohen, A. (2014). Is there a role for the “heart-opening practices” in higher education? Conference presenation at 6th Annual Conference of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education: Intention, Method and Evaluation, Seattle, WA.

    Schmitt, M. T., Droogendyk, L. M., & Payne, D. (2014, June). Identification with nature and pro-environmental behaviour. Presentation at 75th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC.

    Sevier, M. & Zhang, E. (2014). Student Response to Instructor Feedback: Provocative or Provoking? Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Sharma, D., & S. Lavieri. (2014, June). Development of instructional videos for instruments used in introduction to analytical chemistry. Canadian Chemistry Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Stanton, A., Dhaliwal, R., Zandvliet, D., Van Houten, N., Tairyan, K. & Fouladil, R. (2014). Learning from Action in Creating Well-Being in Learning Environments. Workshop presentation at Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Takaro, T., Galway, L., Ste-Marie, N., & Berry, B. (2014). An evaluation of the flipped classroom model in a Master’s level environmental and occupational health course. Poster presentation at Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Whitaker, G. & Chenliu, C. (2014). Assessment of Student Learning and Interest in a Student-led Problem-based Learning Tutorial Setting. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Wylie, A., Ahrensmeier, D., Punja, Z., & Kreis, U. (2014). Interdisciplinarity3 -
Teaching Team, Active Industry Partner, Students Across Disciplines.
Our Learnings and Their Learnings.  Paper presentation at Improving University Teaching conference, UBC, Vancouver, BC.

    Wylie, A., Ahrensmeier, D., Punja, Z., & Kreis, U. (2014). Tracking the Student and Instructor Experience Through the Team-taught Interdisciplinary Problem-based Course “Brewing Science”. Poster presentation at Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby.

    Xin, C., Jungic, V., Mulholland, J., & Kaur, H. (2014, July). Students’ experiences and achievement in three flipped large undergraduate calculus courses. Presentation at the International Psychology of Mathematics Education Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Xin, C., Jungic, V., Mulholland, J., & Kaur, H. (2014). What works, for whom and in what context? Students’ experiences and achievement in three flipped large undergraduate calculus courses. Paper presentation at the Psychology of Mathematics Education Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Xin, C., Mulholland, J., Jungic, V., & Kaur, H. (2014, July). On Instructor experiences in three flipped large undergraduate calculus courses. Presentation at the International Conference of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in Education, Vancouver, BC.

     

2013 Grantee Presentations

  • 2013 Grantee Presentations

    Barber, S. (2013). Storyville: Exploring narratives of teaching and learning. Presentation at Higher Education Academy conference, Brighton, UK.

    Bendell, L. & Rodengen, T. (2013). Applied methods in Community-Engaged Environmental Science 205 course. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Caldecott, M. (2013) Do group exams support EAL student learning? Paper presentation at The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) Conference, Sydney, NS.

    Caldecott, M. (2013). Do group exams support EAL student learning? Poster presentation at the Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Burnaby, BC.

    Cartwright, B. & Fabian, S. (2013, November). Regular session, i>clicker and on-line tutorials: Exploring Student Perceptions of and Experiences with Emerging Learning Technologies. Paper presentation at International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Seville, Spain.

    Cartwright, B. & Fabian, S. (2013, May). Regular session, i>clicker and on-line tutorials: Preliminary results of an online survey regarding student experiences with emerging learning technologies. Presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Chang S., Desai S., Leznoff D., Merbouh N., & Britton R. (2013, May). A short, gram-scale synthesis of 2,5-disubstituted furans. Western Canadian Undergraduate Chemistry Conference (WCUCC), Saskatoon, SK.

    Cross, K., Brophy, E. & Tablish, J. (2013). Improving First Year Learning in Communication. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Fotovatian, S. & Tong, J. (2013). Learning through interaction in an international TESL/TEFL program. Presentation at Learning Together Conference, SFU Surrey, BC.

    Gajdamaschko, N., & Lapenskie, J. (2013). Investigation of shifts of students’ theoretical perspectives due to participation in Vygotsky masters class.   Paper presentation at XIV L.S. Vygotsky International Readings "Psychology of Consciousness: Origins and Perspectives" Meeting, Moscow, Russia.

    Gerak C., Cerda V. C., Merbouh N., & Bennet A. J. (2013, May). Enzymatic synthesis of isotopically labelled uridine 5’-(α-d-glucopyranosyl diphosphates) for use in kinetic isotope effect studies. Western Canadian Undergraduate Chemistry Conference (WCUCC), Saskatoon, SK.  Winner of best undergraduate poster.

    Hill, C., MacDonald, M., Donovan, L., Howarth, P., & Irvine, M. (2013). Using co-inquiry to actualize curriculum and pedagogy. Poster presentation at the Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Burnaby, BC.

    Hill, C., & MacDonald, M. (2013, June). Principles and practices of teacher-inquiry: Towards an empirically generated method/ology. Roundtable paper presentation at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Victoria, BC.

    Jungic, V., Kaur, H., Mulholland, J., & Xin, C. (2013). Flip the classroom: An investigation of the experiences of instructors, students and an educational developer in two first-year undergraduate calculus courses. Presentation at Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STHLE) Conference, Cape Breton University, Sydney, NS.

    Jungic, V., Kaur, H., Mulholland, J., & Xin, M. (2013, May). Flipping the classroom: An Investigation into the use of pre-recorded video lectures and the impact on student and instructor experience in two first-year calculus courses. Poster presentation at the Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Burnaby, BC.

    Jungic, V., Mulholland, J., Xin, C. & Kaur, H. (2013). Flipping the classroom: An investigation of the use of pre-recorded video lectures and its impact on student and instructor experience in two first-year calculus courses. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Kaufman, D. (2013). A Simulation-Based Graduate Educational Research Course. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Keats, P. & Thompson, J. (2013, March). Direct Supervision from the Students’ Perspective. Paper presentation at the Counselling Psychology Research Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Lavieri, S. & Sharma, D. (2013). Development of Instructional Videos for Instruments used in Introduction to Analytical Chemistry. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    MacDonald, M., Hill, C., Donovan, L., Howarth, P., & Irvine, M. (2013). Actualizing Co-Inquiry: Theory and Practice. Paper presented at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Victoria, BC.

    MacDonald, M., Hill, C., Donovan, L., Howarth, P., & Irvine, M. (2013, June). Actualizing co-inquiry: Theory and practice. Paper presentation at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Victoria, BC.

    Mansour, J. (2013). Facilitating active learning in an experimental Psychology and Law class. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Mladenovic, I., Chubaty, A. & Tirajoh, A. (2013). Enhancing students' understanding of Biological concepts by engaging them in research. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Sparrey, C., Hindy, M. & Akhmadeeva, L. (2013). Overcoming Obstacles to Implementing an Outcome- Based Education Model: A Survey of Faculty Opinions. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    van Houten, N., Emmioglu, E. & Lechner, M. (2013). Working with Student Generated Data Enhances Scientific Literacy in Human Biology. Poster presentation at Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) National Meeting, U of M, Twin Cities, MN.

    Xin, C., Jungic, V., Mulholland, J., & Kaur, H. (2013, November). Flip the classroom: Comparing the experiences of instructors and students in two first-year large undergraduate calculus courses. Paper presentation at Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Banff, AB.

     

2012 Grantee Presentations

  • 2012 Grantee Presentations

    Chapman, G. & Parameswaran, A. (2012). Enhancing student learning with tools to generate multiple problems sets. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Clements-Vivian, S. & Ashraf-Abadi, A. (2012). The Studio-Lecture: Practice based learning in lecture courses. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Cukierman, D. & McGee-Thompson, D. (2012). The Academic Enhancement Program: Evaluation of Expansion to the School of Engineering. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Hum, G., Jungic, V., Jayasundera, K. & Mulholland, J. (2012, January). Comparing online and face to face versions of a math course: Lessons learned for the design of innovative online courses. Report presented for the Simon Fraser University Center for Online and Distance Education (CODE), Burnaby, BC.

    Hum, G., Jungic, V., Jayasundera, K. & Mulholland, J. (2012, May). Leading change in the innovative virtualization of the classroom experience: Lessons learned from the design and evaluation of online and face-to-face versions of Calculus I. Poster presentation at the Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Burnaby, BC.

    Johnson, S. & Shen, S. (2012). A study of the implementation of interactive lecture demonstrations using iClickers. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Johnson, S. & Shen, S. (2012). A study of the implementation of interactive lecture demonstrations using iClickers. Poster presentation at Canadian Assosciation of Physicists Congress, Calgary, AB.

    Jones, J. (2012). Can structured discussion groups foster interest, engagement, and satisfaction in a large class? Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Kline, S. & Smirnova, S. (2012). A formative evaluation of an experiential learning pedagogy. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Lavieri, S. (2012). Development of instructional videos to improve students' techniques in General Chemistry Laboratory courses.  Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    MacDonald, M & Hill, C. (2012, May). Actualizing co-inquiry as curriculum and pedagogy. Poster presentation at the Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Burnaby, BC.

    Mamchur, C. (2012). Student engagement in an online education course. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

    Sharp, J. (2012). Using a meiosis concept inventory to assess teaching effectiveness. Poster presentation at SFU Teaching and Learning Centre Symposium, SFU Burnaby, BC.

     

2011 Grantee Presentations

  • 2011 Grantee Presentations

    Hum, G., Jungic, V., Jayasundera, K. & Mulholland, J. (2011, November). Online and face to face versions of a math course: students’, instructor’s, and course designer’s perspectives. Report presented for the Simon Fraser University Department of Mathematics, Burnaby, BC.

    Egan, R., & Cukierman, D., & McGee Thompson, D. (2011). The Academic Enhancement Program in Introductory CS: A workshop framework description and evaluation. Proceedings of Iticse 2011, 16th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, Darmstadt, Germany: ACM, 278-282.

     

2009 Grantee Presentations

  • 2009 Grantee Presentations

    Balram, S. (2009, June). Developing a template for embedding problem-based learning in GIScience courses. Presentation at GeoTec Event Conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Venkatachary, R. & Macdonald, A. (2009). Telling tales for higher order student engagement in auditing concepts. Presentation at IUT conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Waterstone, B. (2009). Lost in translation? How  international graduate students interpret instructor guidelines and feedback on their writing. Presentation at IUT conference, Vancouver, BC.

     

2008 Grantee Presentations

  • 2008 Grantee Presentations

    McGee-Thompson, D. & Cukierman, D. (2008). The Academic Enhancement Program (AEP) in Computing Science at Simon Fraser University: Understanding today’s students and helping them succeed by integrating learning strategies into the classroom. Presentation at McGraw-Hill Ryerson Teaching, Learning and Technology Conference Series, Vancouver, BC.

Grantee Publications

2017 Grantee Publications

  • 2017 Grantee Publications

    Filimowicz, M. & Tzankova, I. (Eds.). (2017). Teaching Computational Creativity. Cambridge, England. Cambridge University Press.

2016 Grantee Publications

  • 2016 Grantee Publications

    Canal, J. P, Hanlan, L., Keys, J., Laveiri, S., Paskevicius, M., & Sharma, D. (2016). Chemistry laboratory videos:  Perspectives on design, production, and student usage  in Schultz, M., Holme, T., & Schmid, S., (Eds.) Technology and Assessment Strategies for Improving Student Learning in Chemistry, Symposium Series. ACS Books: Washington, DC, 2016, in press.

    Canal, J. P., Lowe, J., & Fung, R. Improving students’ practical lab techniques through focused instruction and assessment.  In Schultz, M., Holme, T., & Schmid, S., (Eds.) Technology and Assessment Strategies for Improving Student Learning in Chemistry, Symposium Series. ACS Books: Washington, DC, 2016, in press.

    Colligan, C., & Levy, M. The Lakes, the Field, and Beyond: Digital Fieldwork Assignments for Humanities Field Schools. Romantic Circles Pedagogy Commons, Special Issue on Study Abroad in the Lake District and Beyond. (In press)

2015 Grantee Publications

  • 2015 Grantee Publications

    Bai, H., Morgan, P. Scott, C. & Cohen, A. (in press). Prolegomena to spiritual research paradigm: Importance of attending to the embodied and the subtle. In J. Lin, O. Qargha, R. Oxford & T. Culham. (Eds.), Developing a spiritual research paradigm: Incorporating spirituality in research in the social sciences and education. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

    Campi, F. & Hajshirmohammadi, A. (2015). Support Technical Learning using Short Audio/Video Tutorials. Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association Conference, June 2015, Hamilton, ON.

    Campi, F., Ravi,R. & Liu, Y.N. (2015). Audio/Video Support for Laboratory Activities. Proceedings of the Lily Conference On Evidenced-Based Teaching and Learning, February 2015, Newport Beach, California.

    Cukierman, D. (2015). Predicting Success in University First Year Computing Science Courses: The Role of Student Participation in Reflective Learning Activities and in I-clicker Activities. Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, pp.248-253, Vilnius, Lithuania.

    Galway, LP., Berry, B., Takaro. T. (2015). Student perceptions and lessons learned from flipping a Masters level public health course. Canadian Journal of  Learning and Technology, 41(2),1-16.

    Hajshirmohammadi, A. & Zarei, N. (2015).  Incorporating Experiential Learning in Lower Division Engineering Courses. Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association Conference, June 2015, Hamilton, ON.

    Hodgkinson, T., Curtis, H., MacAlister, D. &  Farrell, G. (2015). Student Academic Dishonesty: The Potential for Situational Prevention. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, DOI:10.1080/10511253.2015.1064982.

    Jungić, V.,  Kaur, H., Mulholland, J. & Xin, C. (2015) On flipping the classroom in large first year calculus courses. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 46:4, 508-520, DOI: 10.1080/0020739X.2014.990529

    Kanevsky, L., Xin, C., & Ram, I. (in press). An Investigation of Students’ Annotations and Interactions in Online Discussions of Assigned Readings in a Blended Course. Collected Essays in Learning and Teaching.

    Menz, P., Xin, C. & Li, J. (2015). Design of Online Metacognitive Activity in a Post-Secondary Mathematics-for-Teachers Course.  Proceedings of 13th International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project, September 16-21, Catania, Italy.

     

2014 Grantee Publications

  • 2014 Grantee Publications

    Cukierman, D., McGee-Thompson, D.,Guloy, S., Salimi, F., & Karpilovsky, M. (2014). Addressing challenges students face in first-year university Computing Science and Engineering Science courses: Overview of a needs assessment and workshop. Proceedings of the 19th Western Canadian Conference on Computing Science Education, Richmond, BC.

    Filimowicz, M. A., & Tzankova, V. K. (2014). Creative making, large lectures, and social media: Breaking with tradition in art and design education. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 0(0), 1-17. doi: 10.1177/1474022214552197

    Filimowicz, M. A., & Tzankova, V. K. (2014, June). Discursivity and creativity: Implementing Pigrum’s Multi-Mode Transitional Practices in upper division creative Production courses. Proceedings of the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) (pp.  142-150), Oshawa, ON.

    Gajdamaschko, N. & Lapenskie, J. (2014). Development of a Q-Methodology Based Course Assessment Tool to Capture Shifts in Students Theoretical Frameworks due to Participation in a Vygotsky Master Class. Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE) International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

    Jones, J. (2014). Discussion Group Effectiveness is Related to Critical Thinking through Interest and Engagement. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 13(1), 12-24.

    Keats, P. A. & Thompson, J. (in press). Direct supervision from students' perspectives. In B. Shepard & L. Martin (Eds.), Supervision of the Canadian counselling and psychotherapy profession. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

     

2013 Grantee Publications

  • 2013 Grantee Publications

    Cartwright, C. & Fabian, S. (2013, November). Regular session, i>Clicker and online tutorials: Exploring student perceptions of and experiences with emerging learning technologies. Proceedings of Sixth International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (pp. 6421-6429).  Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Seville, Spain.

    Chang S., Desai S., Leznoff D., Merbouh N., & Britton R. (2013). A short, gram-scale synthesis of 2,5-disubstituted furans. European Journal of Organic Chemistry, (16), 3219-3222.

    Gajdamaschko, N., & Lapenskie, J. (2013, November). Investigation of shifts of students theoretical perspectives due to participation in Vygotsky masters class. Proceedings of the XIV L.S. Vygotsky International Readings "Psychology of Consciousness: Origins and Perspectives", 1, 54-67. Meeting held by L.S. Vygotsky Institute of Psychology at the Russian State University of Humanities, Moscow, Russia.

     

2011 Grantee Publications

  • 2011 Grantee Publications

    Egan, R., Cukierman, D., & McGee Thompson, D. (2011). The Academic Enhancement Program in Introductory CS: A workshop framework description and evaluation. Proceedings of ITICSE 2011, 16th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, Darmstadt, Germany: ACM, 278-282.

     

2007 Grantee Publication

  • 2007 Grantee Publications

    Cukierman, D., & McGee Thompson, D. (2007). Learning Strategies Sessions within the classroom in CS. ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 39(3), 341, 2007.

    Cukierman, D., & McGee Thompson, D. (2007). Learning Strategies Sessions within the classroom in CS. Proceedings of ITICSE 2007, 12th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, Dundee, Scotland, June 2007:ACM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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