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Teaching, Learning & Assessment Across Disciplines: ICE Stories

When:
Monday, November 22, 2021
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
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Description:

Designed for post-secondary instructors and educational developers, Teaching, Learning & Assessment Across Disciplines: ICE Stories is the end product of a collaboration of generous post-secondary educators whose practices have been influenced by the ICE model. Each author contributed a chapter based on their own conceptualization of the model and the ways they’ve used it in their classrooms. They begin by setting the context, either conceptual or instructional, in ways that are likely to resonate with readers’ own teaching and learning experiences. Authors share practical details of their instructional and assessment strategies and the ways that the ICE model has shaped their own thinking and teaching, as well as their students’ thinking and learning.

Please consider reading a few chapters that pique your interest, then join us on Monday, November 22nd from 11:00 am to noon (Eastern Time) to meet and ask questions of contributing authors:

  • Christa Bracci (Queen’s University; Law);
  • John Johnston (University of Waterloo; Geosciences);
  • Mavis Morton (University of Guelph; Sociology);
  • Anne O’Riordan (Queen’s University; Occupational Therapy);
  • Shayna Watson (Queen’s University; Medicine)
Contact:
Centre for Teaching and Learning
ctl@queensu.ca
Cost:
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