Are you interested in incorporating sustainability into your courses but not sure where to start? Join the Centre for Teaching Excellence for the Sustainability-Themed Assessment Showcase. This 1-hour webinar will explore approaches to incorporate sustainability into assessments using examples from University of Waterloo instructors across disciplines.
- Dr. Andrew McMurry (Arts) will share how fourth year students explored unsustainability through key literary writings and developed their own "environed agency".
- Dr. Steffanie Scott (Environment) will share the Regional Food Strategy Project, where fourth year students will engage in research and direct consultations with local stakeholders.
- Dr. Nadine Ibrahim (Engineering) will share the open eBooks project that was co-written by second year students and students' reflections on the Sustainable Development Goals.
Facilitators: Julia Burke and Victoria Feth (CTE)
How to Join
Registration is NOT required. This session will occur on MS Team, follow the hyperlink below to join the session, and be sure to book the time in your calendar!
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