MTP Program – Fall Schedule

PERFORMA – Master Teacher Program Fall 2017 Courses The Fall courses for Master Teacher Program (MTP) will run in between August 25th 2017 and January 5th 2018, and vary depending of the courses. For dates and locations, please view the MTP Course Schedule. For more information or to register for a course, please contact Joanne Guay at: guayj@vaniercollege.qc.ca

Jailson Lima: AQPC Mention d’honneur 2017

Each year, the AQPC awards an honourable mention to teachers in the college reseau who have stood out to their peers because of their pedagogical engagement and their contribution to the quality of college teaching. Through these awards, the AQPC highlights these teachers’ abilities and their devotion to their colleagues and all of Quebec. This…

Upcoming PED Day – Engaging ALL Students: Pedagogy for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

In its 2015–2020 strategic plan, Vanier College identifies promoting global and diversity education in the curriculum, as well as developing and implementing effective, innovative and inclusive pedagogical practice, as priority actions. This upcoming PED Day on August 16, in an event titled Engaging ALL Students: Pedagogy for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, we will focus on…

APOP Call for Proposals for Autumn 2017

Have you considered integrating new learning strategies using technology in your classroom? Or developing a distance teaching and training course? If so, and if you are working full-time as a teacher in an Anglophone college, APOP can provide a helping hand to support your project, from the needs analysis to the project’s implementation. More information…

Spring 2017 AQPC Bulletin

The Spring 2017 issue of the AQPC bulletin is now available online. The bulletin covers the following topics: The upcoming AQPC conference hosted by Vanier and College St. Laurent at Concordia June 6-8. The upcoming General Assembly (to be held June 7th) Information on the 2017 elections for the AQPC executive committee. Details about how…

Moodle Day 2017 at Dawson College

Moodle Day is scheduled for Friday May 26, 2017 at Dawson College. The theme of this year’s Moodle Day is “Moodle and its Role in Higher Education.” Presentations will be in the format of Talks (15-20 minute), and Round table discussions Topics include  Best practices and advice on using Moodle for pedagogical strategies (e.g. flipped-classroom, blended learning, etc.)…

(Dis)Comfort Zones: Negotiating Tensions and Cultivating Belonging in Diverse College Classrooms in Quebec

The Critical Diversity in Higher Education (CDHE) research team at Vanier College welcomes you to (Dis)Comfort Zones: Negotiating Tensions and Cultivating Belonging in College Classrooms in Quebec, a two-day bilingual conference exploring issues of diversity and inclusion in the Cégep system. The primary objective of this conference—what we have termed a multi-vocal participatory workshop (MPW)—is…

New Workshop: Personal Storytelling as a Teaching Tool

Everyone has a story to tell – and research points to clear benefits of integrating storytelling skills into the classroom. On May 5, English teachers Stephen Dinsmore and Matt Goldberg will present lively examples of personal-story forms in different media; distribute pedagogical materials adaptable to a wide variety of courses, interests, and levels; and lead interactive…

IT REP Conference April 26-28

The April IT REP conference will take place in two weeks at LaSalle College, April 26, 27, and 28. This year, teachers are welcome to attend a few of the activities online: 5 will be offered in French and 4 in English. (N.B. these sessions will be webcast, but not recorded.) REGISTRATION To register, see the schedule and…

Moodle Day May 26: A Call for Contributions

Moodle Day 2017 will take place Friday May 26, 2017 at Dawson College. This year’s theme is Moodle and its Role in Higher Education Organizers are putting out a call for presentation proposals. They are welcoming submissions from those who would like to share their experiences or challenges while working with Moodle activities and resources while applying…

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