Online Pedagogy Series
Leading scholars from the Werklund School of Education and our school community share their Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research and development through professional development opportunities facilitated by The Office of Teaching and Learning. Faculty, sessional instructors, undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs, visiting scholars, and community members are all welcome to join us for the sessions! These three series will be offered during the 2021-22 academic year organized as a sequence of sessions to help develop a community of practice. We also facilitate pop-up presentations that are one-time sessions based on requests throughout the year.
Our sessions will generally not be recorded, but presenters will be invited to contribute content to our vignette collection.
If you would like to request a pop-up presentation or you would like to be involved in suggesting or leading a series of presentations, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This 5 session webinar series introduced participants to Open Education and built a foundational understanding of Open Education Resources and Open Education Practice. Through this series we advocated for the use of OER and OEP and continued to develop the open community in Alberta. All of these sessions were facilitated by Dr. Verena Roberts, a recent graduate of the Werklund School of Education. You can visit Dr. Roberts' blog for more of her insights on Open Educational Practices.
If you attended most or all of these session, you are eligible to earn the digital badge for your participation in the Open Education series, click here.
The Office of Teaching and Learning will be continuing to explore this topic during the Open Pedagogy Talks which will be held from March 7 to 11th, 2022. Registration begins on February 1, and more information is available from the Taylor Institute.
This 5-seminar series was facilitated by Dr. Nadia Delanoy and Jodie Walz from the Calgary Catholic School District. Throughout this series digital tools will be introduced, demonstrated and innovative practices for their use in the classroom outlined.
To earn the badge for your participation in the Assessment in a Digital Age series, click here.
The Office of Teaching and Learning has regularly supported presentations by scholars within Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary and beyond the university community as well. We have a number of sessions planned for the year featuring Indigenous scholars from Werklund and from the broader community and we will feature them here as details are finalized.