Teaching + Learning Workshops August 24th to September 4th

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TLC workshops 2015

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Welcome to all the new and returning faculty to Emily Carr and please join us for professional development workshops that will be offered for all faculty from Monday, August 24th through to Thursday, September 3rd 2015. These workshops cover a variety of topics and have been developed by ECU staff and faculty who are experts in these areas. The workshops are intended as opportunities for faculty to engage in discussion and information sharing around key issues of teaching and learning.

In addition, lunch will be provided on Tuesday September 1st and Wednesday September 2nd.

WEEK 1

MONDAY, AUGUST 24
9AM – 11:30AM | Room 245
Communicating Across Cultures, Languages + Learning + Personality Styles: a workshop For Techs
Amy Kheong / Deirdre Vinyard
Our student body is becoming increasingly diverse.  We may be challenged in knowing how to effectively engage with them and instruct them on the processes and procedures in our technical areas.  In this facilitated discussion, we will present strategies for effective communication and engagement with a diverse student population and provide an opportunity to apply these principles to some of your own case scenarios.

12PM – 2PM | Room 245
Academic Policies in the Classroom: An Opportunity for Information, Discussion and Reflection
Keith Doyle / Heather Fitzgerald
Faculty members Keith Doyle and Heather Fitzgerald will present information on and invite discussion of the new Grading and Assessment Policy and the still-in-development Academic Integrity Policy as they each relate to classroom practice. All faculty, seminar leaders and TAs welcome and encouraged to attend.

LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED

TUESDAY, AUGUST 25
9AM – 12PM | Room 291
Positive Space Workshop | LGBT*TQIA+
UBC Equity and Inclusion Office
Coordinated by the UBC Equity and Inclusion Office, this workshop was developed as a part of the UBC Positive Space Campaign.  Workshops are 3.5 hours in length and are informative, interactive and a lot of fun.  There’s something for everyone.  If you haven’t taken this type of training in a few years, consider attending for a refresher workshop. Pre-registration is required and workshops will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
http://positivespace.ubc.ca/home/ 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26
1PM – 4:30PM | Room 291
Supporting Risk: Research Ethics in Dialogue
G. Lowry / Mimi Gellman / Maria Lantin
Emily Carr University Researchers discuss key topics in research ethics and the assessment of risk, including: vulnerability, recruitment, privacy, and advocacy. This workshop will serve to both introduce new researchers to core concepts in research ethics, and to expand the field to include the unique expertise of Emily Carr University researchers. The content will be useful for individuals involved in research inside and outside the classroom. Members and staff of the ECU-REB will be available to participate in the discussion and answer questions.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 27
9AM – 10:30AM | Room 245
Supervising Graduate Student Research
Randy Lee Cutler / Chris Jones / Celeste Martin / Kimberly Philips
A panel discussion with participants Randy Cutler, Celeste Martin, and Kimberly Phillips on all aspects of supervision for graduate student research in our MAA, MDes and Low Res MAA programs. The discussion will cover several new protocols and strategies.
Led by Chris Jones.

10:30AM – 12PM | Room 291
The Grant Funding Landscape: Research / Creation / Partnerships
Keith Doyle / Maria Lantin
This presentation and Q&A session will give an overview  of current grant opportunities from SSHRC, NSERC, IRAP, and Mitacs. We will give examples of the kinds of projects that can be funded and which granting program is most appropriate for different types of work, team structure, and partnerships. Current and past grantholders, as well as Faculty that have participated on juries will be on hand to answer questions about structuring a proposal for the different funds. We will also give an overview of the grant writing support offered through the Research Office.

WEEK 2

MONDAY, AUGUST 31
1PM – 2:30PM | Room 245
Critiquing the Critique: Creating Inclusive Spaces for Multilingual Students
Peg Campbell / Lucie Chan /Mark Igloliorte / Henry Tsang / Deirdre Vinyard
Join this participatory workshop to discuss ways to create inclusive critiques experiences for linguistically diverse students.  Presenters will describe their approaches for  making this key activity productive for all students and will then invite discussion from the room.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
11:45AM – 1:45AM | Room 291
Community Partnership: Working With Diverse Learners and Expanded Approaches to Art-making
Cameron Cartiere / Hannah Jickling /  Zoe Kreye / Helen Reed / Holly Schmidt/ Sarah Van Borek
Curious about ECUAD’s community partnership course offerings? Sarah Van Borek, Holly Schmidt, Zoe Kreye, Hannah Jickling & Helen Reed, and Cameron Cartiere will briefly share highlights from their Community Projects classes offered through ECUAD’s Social Practice and Community Engagement (SPACE) Program. Through collaborative initiatives with organizations throughout the city, these CCID courses provide access to expanded aesthetic, research-based and pedagogical practices

LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
9AM – 10:30AM | Room 245
Indigenous Protocol: Building Awareness Toward Engagement with Understanding
Raymond Boisjoly / Brenda Crabtree / Mimi Gellman / Richard Hill /Mark Igloliorte / Michelle Sound
There has been a growing interest over the last number of years by faculty, staff, students and researchers at Emily Carr on the subject of Indigenous protocols. Among the many protocols that exist, we have research and teaching protocols, protocols for social and ceremonial gatherings, protocols that acknowledge and honour the land and its sovereign nations, protocols for personal introductions and for addressing elders, invitation protocols and gift and honorarium protocols among many others. This is a broad and multifaceted topic that we can only just begin to address in this brief session. The workshop will shed light on some of the principles and values of Indigenous protocols through examples and anecdotes presented by our panel, while also conveying the complexity and diversity of understandings and beliefs carried by Indigenous  individuals and nations. In the end these protocols or the way we do things all adhere to a fundamental principle and that is, the cultivation of respectful relations.

12PM – 1:30PM | Room 291
Connecting the Dots: When and How to Use the Progress Alert System
Amy Kheong / Johnny Liu / Emma Smith
This workshop is about our electronic Progress Alert System that faculty and staff can use to support their students when behaviours of concern arise.  When and how to use the Progress Alert System will be discussed along with how this system benefits faculty, staff and students.

LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
9AM – 12PM | Room 291
Creating a Respectful Workplace
Adrian Tees / Jane Roberts (Learningworks)
The purpose of the workshop is to start the conversation about what a respectful workplace looks like within a culture of critique, and how to deal with conflict in a healthy and respectful way.  Through dialogue, group activities and case studies, the participants will be empowered to address conflict and disrespect in the workplace through the use of proven conflict resolution tools and skills.  About Jane Roberts: Jane Roberts is a Professional Coach, Mediator and Trainer. Jane’s early training was in education as a graduate of Goldsmiths’ College, University of London and she has studied Adult Education at the University College of the Fraser Valley. She is a certified Personal and Business Coach with the Coaches Training Institute and a member of the International Coaching Federation. For the last ten years she has worked in the private, public and non-profit sectors as a consultant and trainer in Communication Skills, Coaching Leaders, Managers and Employees, Harassment Prevention, Bullying in the Workplace and Human Rights.

2:15PM – 3:45PM | Room 291
Students in Dialogue w/ Faculty: What does it mean to be student centered?
Emily Carr Student Union
This workshop to be confirmed

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