Teaching as a Scholarly Activity: Getting Started with Research in the Classroom


Event Date & Time

  • August 23, 2019
    1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Event Description

In this panel discussion we will hear from four faculty members across UBC on their processes and experiences in conducting research on their own teaching:

  • Kristen Walker, PhD – Instructor, Faculty of Land and Food Systems, Applied Biology
  • Costanza Piccolo, PhD – Instructor, Faculty of Science, Mathematics
  • Tal Jarus, PhD – Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy
  • George Belliveau, PhD – Professor, Faculty of Education, Language & Literacy Education

This session will focus on the strategies for conducting inquiry into teaching and learning through a SoTL lens. The panelists will discuss helpful approaches for identifying workable questions, strategies for implementation and evaluation, as well as strategies for disseminating their work.

This panel discussion will be hosted by the Institute for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISoTL; https://isotl.ctlt.ubc.ca/). ISoTL supports research and inquiry into teaching and learning, with the aim to deepen engagement of faculty members and experts in educational research from across campus to evaluate evidence-based practices in Higher Education, and to advocates for an effective reciprocity between research and practice in teaching and learning.

Facilitator:

Adriana Briseno-Gazon, PhD – Manager, Learning Evaluation and Research, CTLT

 

Venue:  

Venue Website:

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1961 E Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada