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2013 Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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June 1, 2013
2013 Symposium
The Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at Mount Royal University is pleased to announce its fourth annual Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, being held in Banff, Alberta Canada from November 7 - 9, 2013.

Presentation Materials

Public Participation in Scientific Research (PPSR): a tool for achieving learning outcomes
Tracy Lee, Danah Duke and Rachelle Haddock (Miistakis Institute, Mount Royal University)

Teacher Candidates’ Perceptions of the Benefits and Challenges of Three Innovative Practicum Models: Peer Mentorship, Service Learning and International Placements
Dr. Maria Cantalini-Williams, Dr. Arlene Grierson, Dr. Nancy Maynes Dr. Sharon Rich, Dr. Mary Lynn Tessaro, Courtney Brewer, Stephen Tedesco, Taunya Wideman-Johnston (Schulich School of Education, Nipissing University)
Dr. Lesley Cooper (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Gathering Data in Other Instructors’ Classes: The Challenge of Analyzing the Impact of Library Instruction
Draft Citation Analysis Rubic
Elizabeth Rennie (Thompson Rivers University)

Rural Nurse Educators Face the Challenges of Scholarship
Susan Hackett, RN, MN and Shannon Lanctot-Shah RN, MSN, DHS (University of Victoria)

Anchor Action Research and Student Achievement in High-Needs Urban Schools
Dr. Gwendolyn Benson, Dr. Susan L. Ogletree (Georgia State University)

Help or Hindrance?
Sally Haner (Mount Royal University)

Quantitative Correlational Research study of Leadership Development for Women Engineers
Leadership Development Worksheet
Self Assessment of Multicultural Awareness
Phyllis MacIntyre (Fairleigh Dickinson University)

Effective Multicultural Instruction: A Non-Color Blind Perspective
Franklin Thompson, Ed.D. (University of Nebraska-Omaha)

The Emergence of Professional Identity in Teacher Education
Jodi Nickel, Jim Zimmer (Mount Royal University)

Improving Learning Spaces: Examining Student and Faculty Perceptions of Physical Changes to a University Classroom
Tom Perks, Doug Orr (University of Lethbridge)

Real-Life Projects Increase Student Engagement
Miranda Davies (Medicine Hat College)

Connecting Students to Scholarly Readings
Connecting Students to Scholarly Readings Project
Margy MacMillan (Mount Royal University)
Phenomenography – A Research Method with a (Focus on) Difference (Handout)
Phenomenography – A Research Method with a (Focus on) Difference (PowerPoint)
Margy McMillan & Victoria Guglietti (Mount Royal University)

A Framework For Evaluating a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Initiative: Our Process and Initial Findings
Handout
Cheryl Amundsen, Esma Emmioglu, Veronica Hotton, Greg Hum, Cindy Xin (Simon Fraser University)

Informing SoTL Using Playtesting Techniques
Katrin Becker, Jim Parker (Mount Royal University)
Is Gamification a Game-Changer
Katrin Becker, Patrick Perri (Mount Royal University)
Using Cards Games as Learning Objects
Katrin Becker, Todd Nickle (Mount Royal University)
Informing Pedagogy Through Collaborative Inquiry
Katrin Becker (Mount Royal University)

2013 Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Program

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