Lunch Hour Workshops

New lunch hour teaching sessions! 12:00-1:00. 207 Isbister. Bring your lunch and come and listen to faculty members share their new and innovative teaching strategies. Lunch hour teaching sessions are open to sessional instructors, instructors, librarians, pre-and tenured faculty members and graduate students.

Lunch Hour Workshops are not eligible for credit in the CHET Program.

Why Students Cheat - Tuesday, January 24

Participate in a guided discussion on factors contributing to academic misconduct in our laboratories, classrooms, and other learning environments.

Facilitator: Brenda Stoesz & Mirium Unruh

Dealing with Matters related to Academic Misconduct - Tuesday, January 31

Despite the best efforts of instructors to prevent academic misconduct, there will be students who cheat, plagiarize, and engage in other dishonest academic behaviours.  In this session, we will walk academic staff and administrators through a case of academic misconduct – from preparing allegations to the disciplinary hearing.

Facilitator: Brenda Stoesz & Brandy Usick

Introduction to Video Editing - Tuesday, February 14

Simple concepts such as storyboarding, writing a script, and camera placement and positioning can make all the difference in the quality of your video. After learning the basics on how to shoot the video, we'll be delving into the editing software and looking at importing, timelines, layers, and transitions, and then further into how to get your video online and into UM Learn.

Facilitator: Christopher Ellis

Serious Play and Gamification in the Classroom - Tuesday, February 28

Gaming is not just something you do in your parents’ basement anymore. Post-secondary teachers are recognizing the potential of using gaming to engage students in sophisticated problem solving. Students tackle problems specific to their discipline and receive instant feedback on the success of their approach. This alternative form of education opens the doors to a much deeper connection between the learner and the application of a wide variety of concepts.

Facilitator: Nathan Greidanus