The Case for Online Case-Based Learning
- Professor Ian McKillop (School of Public Health and Health Systems)
Pioneered 80 years ago by the Harvard Business School, the case-based method forms the backbone of many management programs today, and is increasingly viewed as an excellent method for developing problem solving skills in other domains.
One of the key attributes that allows the case method to be so effective is the fast-paced to-and-fro classroom discussion component, often conducted in specially designed classrooms called case-rooms, and led by professors who have received special training in the case method.
ePortfolios, Reflections and Meaning Making: Learning from Reflecting on Experience
- Dr. Doris Jakobsh (Religious Studies)
- Students from Fall 2010 RS 495: The Living Traditions of India: Devon Spier, Stephen Prentice, Amberlee Boulton, Zabeen Khamisa
Integrative Learning and Developing and Assessing the Critical Skills of Life
- Geoff Malleck (Economics)
This session explored ‘"non-essential" activities: activities that occur outside the classroom and are not considered essential components of a university education, yet are truly vital to learning critical skills of life.
Examples of these activities include:
- varsity sports
- recreational sports
- living/learning activities
- school clubs and organized activities
- communities (ARBUS-Accounting, etc.)
Assessing Experiential Learning: How Do We "Grade" Process
- Toni Serafini (Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies: St. Jerome's University)
- Carm De Santis (Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies: St. Jerome's University)
- Mackenzie Turow (former SMF student)
Integrating Experience into the Online Environment
- Sandra Loucks Campbell (School of Social Work, Renison University College)
- Judene Pretti (Director WatPD)