Category Archives: CEDP

Maximizing Learning for All Workshop

Here are the slides from this week’s workshop on Maximizing Learning for All: As you are planning your classes this fall remember that you need to “design to the edges“[1]. The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) [2] helps frame our … Continue reading

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The Essentials of Project Based Learning

Project Based Learning (PBL) offers students the opportunity to explore and solve authentic, complex, open-ended problems. This approach encourages deeper learning, makes students more accountable for their own learning, and when implemented well, really engages students in what they are … Continue reading

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Providing Meaningful Feedback

Giving meaningful, constructive feedback is one of the more difficult tasks that we have to do as teachers. To maintain objectivity, we often choose to use rubrics (usually with explanatory comments), but sometimes that just doesn’t convey the depth and … Continue reading

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Back as a Facilitator again!

The opportunity to gather with old and new friends to talk about teaching is something I look forward to each year I facilitate at southwestern Ontario’s College Educator Development Program (CEDP). This program brings together new full-time faculty from six … Continue reading

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Impacting Student Success

Here’s are the slides from this week’s CEDP workshop on Student Success. Remember that as teachers we can help students succeed by: setting an appropriate level of challenge in our classroom providing or directing students to academic support (tutoring, study … Continue reading

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Flip that Classroom

Here’s are the slides from this week’s CEDP workshop on Flipping Your Classroom. Remember that your goal should be to flip the attention away from you and toward your learner! Flip that classroom moving toward student centred learning 2013 from … Continue reading

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