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.
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- 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 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 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 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: