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Increase Student Choice in order to Engage Learners and Spark Creativity

Tired of marking the same old thing?  Want to increase student agency?

This session is largely experiential and participatory so be prepared to take part, discuss and try things out.

Participants in this session will review and discuss creative alternatives to research reports and papers, consider grading options, create a rubric for one alternative, and discuss what they hope to try in their own classes.

For more information and Zoom link contact:cathy_griffin@bcit.ca, ana-maria_ferrinho@bcit.ca, or elizabeth_padilla@bcit.ca


Wednesday, November 25, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
  Food for Thought  

Cheri MacLeod

Dr. Cheri MacLeod is a passionate educator with experience in private and public education in high school, college, university and business environments. Her interests revolve around three core priorities: active and student-centred learning, the effective use of technology to support learning, and personal and professional development.

 Cheri started out as a faculty member and her heart is still very much connected to making learning a positive experience for students and teaching a satisfying experience for instructors.  Over her career she has worked in Canada and internationally in roles that include teacher, head teacher, coordinator, curriculum designer, program developer, teacher trainer, faculty development specialist, learning technologist, researcher and program director. She is currently an Instructional Design Consultant in the Learning and Teaching Centre at BCIT

Event Organizer

Sandra Matsuba

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