Members of the Brock community are invited to get a glimpse into the research of the University’s Chancellor’s Chairs for Teaching Excellence during a morning of presentations Wednesday, March 27.
Organized by the Centre for Pedagogical Innovation, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning event will take place from 10 a.m. to noon in the ST 103 Active Learning Classroom.
This year’s presentations include:
- Surviving or thriving? The agony and the ecstasy of the first-year experience — Shauna Pomerantz and Dawn Zinga, Child and Youth Studies
- Wikipedia Assignment: Developing Graduate Student Outcomes and Employability Skills — Nicola Simmons, Educational Studies
- Bodily Presence in 3D Pedagogical Space — Martin Danahay, English, and Evan Sitler, Goodman School of Business
- The “I” in Teams: The Development and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Course on Collaboration and Teamwork — Jenn Salfi, Nursing
- Do Students Believe They Can Become Industry Leaders? A Longitudinal Study — Kirsty Spence and Shannon Kerwin, Sport Management
The event is free; however, interested attendees are asked to RSVP online.