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In order to bring closure to our 2015-2018 EDU strategic plan, the EDU came together in  December 2017 to reflect on our individual and collective accomplishments. The end goals of this retreat were to reflect on our learning and growth, and to dete (More)
By Brent Snider (Senior Instructor, Haskayne Teaching Fellow, Faculty [OSCM]), Darren Ambrose, (Instructor, Faculty [ACCT]) and Leighton Wilks (Instructor, Non-Credit Teaching, Haskayne Teaching Fellow, Faculty [OBHR])   Haskayne instructo (More)
Institution-Wide Assessment Culture Shift “The way that culture changes is through conversations at every level” –Dr. Leslie Reid Dr. Leslie Reid has a rich background as a Teaching and Learning advocate and leader at the University of Calga (More)
Self-Assessment and Reflection “[The paper] is helping prime the students to start thinking about their own experiences and connecting them to the academic content we discuss” –Leighton Wilks Background Leighton Wilks, an instructor in the H (More)
Learning Partnerships and Discussion of Assessments “A big part of making the student experience great is opening up the decisions we are making” - Dr. Amy Burns Background Universal Design for Learning (UDL) acknowledges that every learner ha (More)
Student Choice in Assessment “Anything that students in our faculty end up striving to do after undergrad connects to leadership” – Dr. Cari Din Background Dr. Cari Din is a dedicated and passionate instructor in the Faculty of Kinesiology. (More)
Reflecting Diversity in Assessment “[Students] came away with some really diverse perspectives.” - Robin Mueller Background In the Winter 2017 semester, Dr. Robin Mueller piloted a course called UNIV 201: Global Challenges Inquiry I. The enti (More)