Nov
17

Date: Thursday, Nov 17, 2016

Time: 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Add to CalendarTeaching and Learning Show 'n' Share - Baking and Twitter11/17/2016 12:00 PM11/17/2016 01:00 PMMM/DD/YYYYAmerica/VancouverThis semester, the Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning is inviting faculty, staff and students to present on innovative and inspiring teaching and learning practices. During each session we will have two presentations and time for discussion. We would like to offer a relaxed, informal space for our community to come together, share their ideas, and be inspired.Rising to the occasion: Experiential explorations in ‘cause and effect’ in the baking labPresented by: Martin Barnett, Angelique Frederiksen and students; Professional Baking Program, Faculty of Trades and Applied TechnologyTeaching in the Professional Baking Program at VIU, Martin Barnett has reflected more than once on what it means to be a Trades instructor at a university. In pondering this question, Martin continues to seek new and engaging approaches to teaching in his program. In this session, Martin and his colleague, Angelique Frederiksen, along with students, demonstrate a technique learned from a colleague at the School of Artisan Food in England. This technique involves an innovative, student-centered approach to understanding the science of bread production. Tweet-tweet, Twitter-Twitter: Engaging your students with social media toolsPresented by: Julia Hengstler, Faculty of EducationJulia Hengstler, instructor, educational technologist, and social media guru will share her experiences integrating Twitter in both her classroom and her professional practice. In this quick session, Julia will offer pedagogical and professional ideas and tips for all levels of Twitter-ers, newbies and experienced users alike. Lunch will be provided.Audience | VIU Campus CommunityDate | Thursday, November 17, 12:00 - 1:00 pmLocation | Nanaimo Campus Library B305, R509Registration | InVIUQuestions | Kathleen.Bortolin@viu.ca | Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Specialist | Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learningfalse

This semester, the Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning is inviting faculty, staff and students to present on innovative and inspiring teaching and learning practices. During each session we will have two presentations and time for discussion. We would like to offer a relaxed, informal space for our community to come together, share their ideas, and be inspired.

Rising to the occasion: Experiential explorations in ‘cause and effect’ in the baking lab

Presented by: Martin Barnett, Angelique Frederiksen and students; Professional Baking Program, Faculty of Trades and Applied Technology

Teaching in the Professional Baking Program at VIU, Martin Barnett has reflected more than once on what it means to be a Trades instructor at a university. In pondering this question, Martin continues to seek new and engaging approaches to teaching in his program. In this session, Martin and his colleague, Angelique Frederiksen, along with students, demonstrate a technique learned from a colleague at the School of Artisan Food in England. This technique involves an innovative, student-centered approach to understanding the science of bread production. 

Tweet-tweet, Twitter-Twitter: Engaging your students with social media tools

Presented by: Julia Hengstler, Faculty of Education

Julia Hengstler, instructor, educational technologist, and social media guru will share her experiences integrating Twitter in both her classroom and her professional practice. In this quick session, Julia will offer pedagogical and professional ideas and tips for all levels of Twitter-ers, newbies and experienced users alike. 

Lunch will be provided.

Audience | VIU Campus Community

Date | Thursday, November 17, 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Location | Nanaimo Campus Library B305, R509

Registration | InVIU

Questions | Kathleen.Bortolin@viu.ca | Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Specialist | Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning

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