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Coming Event! Celebrating innovation in teaching: Applying scholarship to improve practice
Are you designing a new course? Ready to redesign an existing course? Why not use the scholarship of teaching and learning to inform your design process? Hear our panelists share the different ways they have applied scholarship in their courses, ranging from the broad course design level (Dr. Rawn), to using a flipped classroom model…
Event: Eric Mazur on “The Tyranny of the Lecture”
UBC’s Institute for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning present Eric Mazur, Harvard Physicist and Educator, who will be speaking about “The Tyranny of the Lecture.” Note the option to watch the live stream! Date: June 7 2013
Flexible Learning event
Simon Bates has invited you to participate in a session titled ‘What Flexible Learning Looks Like’ on Wednesday, May 8, from 10:30-12:30 in the Earth Sciences Building (2207 Main Mall) in Room 1012 (you can find more information and register here http://www.events.ctlt.ubc.ca/events/view/2439). Faculty and students will share examples of work being done in the area of Flexible Learning across…