Centre for Teaching and Learning

Centre for Teaching and Learning
Centre for Teaching and Learning

2019 Showcase Presentations

A: Developing Skills and Strategies

A.1 Developing Experimental Design Skills: Julia Child or Mission Impossible? | Alastair McLean, Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Queen's University; Bei Cai, Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy; Lindsay Mainhood, Faculty of Education Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 589KB
A.2 Teaching Skills to First-Year Law Students: Challenges and Successes | Hugo Choquette, Katherine Prescott, Heather Cole, Erik Knutsen, Faculty of Law Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 464KB
A.3 Culture of Learning Initiative in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies | Anna Walczak and Jacob Bonafiglia, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 803KB
A.4 The Art of Romance | Emma Peacocke, Department of English Language and Literature; Heather Parker, Agnes Etherington Art Centre Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 1.8MB
A.5 Analyzing Popular Music Charts for Gender and Race Representation: What can Internet chatter tell us about cultural messaging? | Robbie MacKay, Dan School of Drama & Music Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 341KB

B: Supporting Student Engagement

B.1 Making Pre-Class Readings into a Community Learning Experience | James Fraser, Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 2.4MB
B.2 Development of a New Field Exercise for Experiential Learning in Coastal Engineering | Ryan Mulligan, Civil Engineering Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 1.2MB
B.3 Could you repeat that? How to Correct Mistakes in the Speech of Student Language Learners | Michael Reyes, French Studies Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 1.2MB
B.4 Freedom and Flexibility in a Final Project: The Unessay | Kate Rowbotham and Scott Whetstone, Smith School of Business Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 1.4MB
B.5 The Possible Learning and Teaching Benefits of Short Mind-Calming Exercises in Undergraduate Courses | Paul Grogan, Department of Biology Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 484KB
B.6 From the Bay City Rollers to One Direction: Using the “Reverse ICE” Approach in a Gender and Popular Music Seminar | Kip Pegley, Dan School of Music Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 2.8MB

C: Indigenization and Diversity in the Classroom

C.1 Crafting DEVS 220 - Introduction to Indigenous Studies online | Ian Fanning, Development Studies and Toni Thornton, Arts and Science Online Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 478KB
C.2 Approaching Theatre Histories: Towards Indigenizing and Decolonizing Through ‘Meta-Micro-History’? | Kelsey Jacobson, Dan School of Music Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 597KB
C.3 Etuaptmumk: From Framework to Praxis in Mining Education at Queen's | Anne Johnson, Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 1MB
C.4 Incorporating Mindfulness into Pedagogy for the Benefit of Diverse Classrooms | Alyssa Foerstner, Student Academic Success Services; and Agnieszka Herra, Student Academic Success Services and Queen's University International Centre Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 352KB

D: Student Inquiry

D.1 Stimulating selflessness: Learning to Serve through Inquiry (LSI) in higher education | Suparna Roy, Faculty of Education Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 502KB
D.2 Promoting Student Inquiry:  In defense of the good in stodgy traditional pedagogies | David Parker, Department of History Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 2.4MB

E: Course Design

E.1 Encouraging Reflection and Revision in First-Year English: An Online Module | Katie Alyssa Hunt (CAR) and John Pierce, Department of English Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 641KB
E.2 The Upside of Teaching: Finding Success in Failure | Lisa F. Carver, Sociology; and Catherine Donnelly, School of Rehabilitation Therapy   PDF, 676KB
E.3 Developing a Model for Academic Writing Support Considering the Perspectives of Doctoral Students and their Supervisors at Queen’s University | Shikha Gupta and Atul Jaiswal, School of Rehabilitation Therapy Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 535KB
E.4 Moving from Teacher-Centered to Student Centered Learning | Robert (Bob) Ross, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 1.3MB
E.5 Turning Stats Upside Down: Creating a Flipped Classroom for introductory statistics for multiple disciplines | Bill Nelson, Department of Biology Watch Video of Presentation PDF, 1.1MB