Registration: Implicit Bias Workshop with Rachel Zellars

A critical implicit bias focus aims to study the science of implicit bias and locate human bias squarely within history. Numerous scholars in the last five years have explored the past to account for the kinds of institutional discrimination in the present that are born of settler colonialism. Recently, legal and critical scholars such as…

A Call for Nominations for AQPC Awards

The Association québécoise de pédagogie collégiale (AQPC) Board of Directors invites the College community to submit nominations for the following two awards: Gérald-Sigouin Award Each year, the AQPC honours one or more people who have contributed to the development, support and evolution of pedagogy at the college level. The Gérald-Sigouin prize is awarded in recognition…

Moodle Training, H18

DECclic is offering Moodle workshops (in French) again this semester. If you are interested in participating, you can view the offerings and register here.

New APOP Website Launched

APOP has just launched its new website! APOP (the Association for the Educational Application of Computer Technology at the Post-Secondary Level) is a nonprofit professional association that promotes technopedagogy—the integration of ICTs (information communication technologies) in a learning environment to facilitate learning. Among other things, APOP organizes online webinars for teachers, video capsules, and provides…

AQPC Winter 2018 Bulletin

The AQPC winter 2018 bulletin is now available online:     In it, you will find information on the following subjects: • The 38th AQPC colloque (to be held in St. Hyacinth) • Looking for nominees for AQPC teaching prizes! • Looking for host colleges for the 2020 colloque • The Pédagogie collégiale journal…

January 2018 PED Day Feedback Survey

January 2018 PED Day Feedback Survey

Please use the form below to let us know what you thought about the most recent PED Day – Pedagogy in Action: The Student Experience. All responses are anonymous and will help us plan for future PED Days.

Concordia’s Winterfest 2018, January 26–February 16, 2018

Concordia’s Centre for Teaching & Learning presents its 6th annual Winterfest. This year’s theme is Promoting Deep Learning in Larger Classes. Here is a description of the event from its flyer: Join us for WinterFest 2018, where we’ll take on the problematic of introductory/foundational courses. Foundational courses are intended to initiate the uninitiated into our…


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