Making Assessment Count: A’18 PED Day

The assessment of student learning is central to any teacher’s practice; it is among the most complex and impactful aspects of the job. This August’s PED Day aims to illustrate the powerful role that assessment plays in teaching and learning with a varied offering of practical talks, workshops, and large-group activities. We hope that you will join us…

Storytelling Workshops

The Vanier Storytelling Project, in partnership with Concordia’s Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling, is offering three workshops on storytelling, performance, writing, and ethics. Vanier students, staff, and faculty are all welcome to attend. Below you will find descriptions of each workshop, biographies of each presenter, and a registration form to sign up for…

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…

Upcoming APOP Webinars

Asynchronous Distance Learning: How do you Efficiently Organize your Content? Friday, March 9, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.  A 3D Printer as a Pedagogical Tool… Really? Tuesday , March 13,  12:00 to 1:30 p.m.  For details on both webinars, see the webinar Calendar on APOP’s site: Are there APOP webinars you’ve missed but would like to have…

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…

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