Jan 25, 2012
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre - Seminar Room 2.22A/B
Currently registered: 14/25
Brought to you by: CTLT
You know that discussion is a wonderful learning tool and you have tried having group discussion in your lecture-based classroom. It didn’t quite go as well as planned and you wonder why. Come to this action-oriented workshop and learn how to implement some classroom discussion strategies so your students can get the most out of it, and have fun!
Michael Lee, Instructor and Curriculum Coordinator, Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
As a believer in constructivism, Michael’s philosophy in teaching is to enable learners to construct and interpret their understanding of knowledge and reality through an active learning process. Michael enjoys teaching the psychosocial aspects of illness, especially on promoting recovery for people living with mental health concerns. He is also interested in clinical reasoning skills in occupational therapy practice, and program and outcome evaluations. He is especially passionate about interprofessional education and works collaboratively with other educators to develop interprofessional curricula.