December 18, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:30 PMCameron Library Basement B-12
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Interested in taking full advantage of new collaborative and active learning spaces on U of A campuses? Hear about your peers’ experiences, and discuss effective teaching strategies, technology use and pedagogical considerations. Bring your lunch to CTL's roundtable on Teaching Technology - Collaborative/Active-Learning Spaces, featuring a 15 minute icebreaker talk by Dr. Anne Boerger, Teaching Professor in History, Faculté Saint-Jean.
Is it Worth the Effort and Does it Really Make a Difference? I Would Argue "Yes, Indeed"
Dr. Anne Boerger is a Teaching-Professor at Campus Saint-Jean, where she teaches history and historical thinking to students both in Arts and in Education. Always keen to try innovative pedagogical approaches, she has developed several blended and online courses and was one of the first instructors to use Campus Saint-Jean’s new collaborative and active learning space. She has received several teaching awards including the William Hardy Alexander Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in 2011.