In this section of my site, I post some of my workshop materials and resources so you may adapt them for your purposes. Unless otherwise indicated, all work is Creative Commons Licensed as Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike.
I update this section of my website irregularly. However, I often share resources and materials through my Twitter account or via LinkedIn. I welcome you to connect with me through those platforms.
- Student Peer Assessment (overview) [an open source document which I co-authored with my colleagues]
- Student Peer Assessment: Strategies for Success [an open source document which I co-authored with my colleagues]
- Classroom Assessment Techniques (Lesson plan and Slides)
- Student Peer Assessment (Conference presentation slides and 2-page handout on student peer assessment)
Educational Leadership Myths – A short document outlining myths and the (counter) ‘truth’.
Educational Leadership Session at 2017 POD Network Conference Session (with Drs. Simon Bates & Simon Albon) – resources.
Simon Bates (@simonbates), Simon Albon and I offered a session titled “Using Your Teaching Portfolio to Showcase Your Educational Leadership” in 2016. All resources are open source and available here:
- Lesson plan, slides, and handouts for a short session that my colleague, Lucas Wright, and I facilitated on “Facilitative Teaching” (i.e., using facilitation skills in teaching in post-secondary)
Mastermind Groups in Higher Education
I have co-facilitated two different mastermind groups in higher education and have been a part of many more than that. Here are some blog posts with linked resources on the topic:
Starting a mastermind group (an introduction to these groups)
Peer Review of Teaching
- Videos for building skill and capacity in peer review of teaching can be found on the CTLT Youtube Peer Review playlist here.
- Teaching in Higher Education Podcast interview (Drs. Bonni Stachowiak and Isabeau Iqbal)
- Public talk at Simon Fraser University (2018): https://youtu.be/dcENw_OhHa8 (1 hour recording); download the presentation handout here.
- CTLT resources (open sourced) – see process section of website
Questions to Foster Stronger Student Learning
In 2019, I co-facilitated a session on questioning techniques for the CTLT Summer Institute with John Pringle (faculty member at UBC Vantage College). The resources are here and are all creative commons and available for use:
Significant Networks and Social Network Theory
- Resources from the 2017 POD Network Conference here (Savard & Iqbal)
- Resources from ISSoTL 2016 Conference sessions offered with Gary Poole and Roselynn Verwoord:
Teamwork in Online Courses
With my colleagues Judy Chan and Jeff Miller, I designed and facilitated an online workshop titled “Making Teamwork Work in Online Courses”.
- If you’re an educational developer interested in offering a similar session, you can access our lesson plan and session slides here. You will be prompted to make a copy. The link to the session slides are on page 2.
- If you are an instructor interested in implementing teamwork in an online course, you can access the session recording here.