Centre for Teaching and Learning

CTL Visiting Speaker Grant Recipients


2017 CTL Visiting Speaker Grant Recipients

Augustana Faculty
What Makes Teaching Learning-Centered
Dr. Maryellen Weimer, Professor Emerita of Teaching and Learning at Penn State Berks

Department of English and Film Studies
Indigenous Knowledge and Indigenizing the University
Maria Campbell, Métis author, playwright, broadcaster, filmmaker, and Elder

Department of Chemistry
Flipped and Blended Chemistry Courses: Structures, Implementation Consideration, and Evaluation
Dr. Alison Flynn, Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences, University of Ottawa

Department of English and Film Studies
Treaty Talk: Reciprocity in Prayers, Songs, Whispers, Stories, Oaths and Writing
Dr. Tracey Lindberg, Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Law at Athabasca University and The University of Ottawa

 


2016 CTL Visiting Speaker Grant Recipients

Physical Education and Recreation Faculty
Woodland Cree Hunting and Trapping
Robert Grandjambe Jr. 

The Physical Activity and Diabetes Laboratory
Educational Leadership — Navigating the process in the early stages of your career
Dr. Gregory duManoir, University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus

Department of Chemistry
Walter E. Harris Workshop: Strategies for Effective Active Learning
Dr. Jill Robinson, Indiana University

Physical Education and Recreation Faculty
Venturing into Researching our Teaching: Lessons Discovered by a Physicist
Dr. Adam Sarty, Saint Mary's University

 


2015 CTL Visiting Speaker Grant Recipients

Augustana Faculty
Information Literacy in Academic Libraries Workshop
Sharon Mader, ACRL's Visiting Program Officer for Information Literacy

The Physical Activity and Diabetes Laboratory
Novel Approaches to Undergraduate Research Education and Engagement
Trevor Day, Mount Royal University

Department of Chemistry
Walter E. Harris Workshop: Real Work Is Better Than Homework
Brian P. Coppola, University of Michigan

Department of Biological Sciences
Mind the Gap: Nurturing Our Students Toward Expertise
Kimberly Tanner, San Francisco State University (SFSU)

 


2014 CTL Visiting Speaker Grant Recipients

Augustana Faculty
How to Make Grading Time-efficient and Useful for Learning
Barbara E. Walvoord, Professor Emerita at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Department of Chemistry
New Materials to Stimulate Active Learning in Chemistry Courses
Cynthia K. Larive, Professor of Chemistry & Divisional Dean, University of California, Riverside