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…

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…

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.

Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2018 Conference & Call for Papers

The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) is holding its annual conference June 19th to 22nd in Sherbrooke. This year’s theme is “Pedagogical Innovation: Adapting Practice to Evolving Cultures.” The call for papers for the conference has been extended to January 22nd. Click here for more details about the conference and the call for papers.…

Off the Shelf: Telling Stories about English-speaking Quebec

The Quebec English-speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN) and the Eastern Townships Resource Centre are pleased to announce an upcoming public event taking place at Concordia University, Montreal on Thursday, 30 November 2017 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. This event will explore themes surrounding literature and identity within Quebec’s English-speaking communities. Professor Jason Camlot, who teaches in the English literature department at Concordia, will look at…

2018 LCEEQ Conference

Each year, the LCEEQ (Leadership Committee for English Education in Quebec) holds an annual conference. The year, the conference, whose theme is the thinking classroom, will take place on February 12 & 13, 2018 at the Sheraton Laval Hotel and Convention Centre. Regardless of age, students learn to think in thoughtful classrooms rich in opportunities to…

CCDMD Call for Projects (2018)

The CCDMC (Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development) has put out a call for projects: Those wishing to submit a proposal for a learning resource (educational material) may do so during the Call for Projects held each year from November to March. Consult the Call for Projects Guide and complete the Project Presentation Form. The term “educational material” refers…

An Invitation to a Presentation on, and Discussion of, Research on Active Learning (Nov. 21st)

The ARC, CDC and AQPC are presenting the 16th edition of the series Avec un grand R : l’apprentissage actif hors de la classe (With a Big R: Active Learning Outside of the Classroom). The session, which will take place online, Tuesday November 21st (1:00 to 2:30 pm)  will present the results of a project undertaken by Elizabeth S. Charles (Dawson), Nathaniel Lasry (John Abbott), Chris…

Free Science Literacy Week Activities (September 18th, 21st, and 22nd)

La Vitrine technologie-éducation (VTÉ) and its partners, have sent out an invitation to free Science Literacy Week activities taking place in the Montreal area. These activities will explore computational thinking, physical computing, coding, makers, DIY, Raspberry Pi, Arduinos, and more. Discover Physical Computing with Raspberry Pi, Python scripts and sensors at Schulich McGill Library Tuesday Sept. 19th…

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