Dr. Jay Wilson receives his 3M National Teaching Fellowship in Halifax today

Jay Wilson received his 3M National Teaching Fellowship today in Halifax at the 2017 STLHE-SAPES conference on the beautiful campus of Dalhousie University.  This is a huge deal for Jay, for ETAD, and for the College of Education and the University of Saskatchewan.  The 3MNTF is the most prestigious recognition a teacher in post-secondary or higher education can receive in Canada.  And it is unlike other honours or awards.  It comes as an invitation to join the Fellowship.  There’s a lot of fanfare, but there is no money, no trophy—just a rare and precious invitation.  Only 10 individuals are invited to the Fellowship each year, and selections are made following a rigorous examination of credentials.  The new cohort of Fellows meets for a retreat—this year at the Fairmont Chateau Montebello  in Montebello, Quebec— for 3 days in November devoted to conversations about teaching among a group of people who are passionate about it.  That’s the reward, a chance to talk about teaching with new friends who love it as much as you do.  Fitting, and a perfect playground for Jay.

Congratulations, Jay!  Here’s hoping the glow of this fabulous honour stays with you for a lifetime!

 

 

 

 

 

IRRODL special issue 18(4) on Outcomes of Openness

Vol 18, No 4 (2017)

Special Issue: Outcomes of Openness: Empirical Reports on the Implementation of OER

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial – Volume 18, Issue 4
John Hilton III

Research Articles

David Annand, Tilly Jensen
Sarah Goodier
Jessie R Winitzky-Stephens, Jason Pickavance
Marcela Chiorescu
David Wiley, Ashley Webb, Sarah Weston, DeLaina Tonks
Daniel Patrick Kelly, Teomara Rutherford
Christina Hendricks, Stefan A. Reinsberg, Georg W Rieger
Feng-Ru Sheu, Meilun Shih
Eulho Jung, Christine Bauer, Allan Heaps
Lane Fischer, David Ernst, Stacie L Mason
Cailean Cooney
Gabrielle Vojtech, Judy Grissett
Rajiv Sunil Jhangiani, Surita Jhangiani
SuBeom Kwak

Notes from the Field

Jonathan Lashley, Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Andrew B. Bennett, Brian L. Lindshield
Kim Grewe, William Preston Davis

STLHE publications released and future pubs forecast

We are pleased to announce the launching of Green Guide #15, Place-Based Education: An Inter and Multidisciplinary Approach brought to you by a dedicated team of educators from Thompson Rivers University. All Green Guides will be available in hard copy at the STLHE 2017 Conference. See the complete list of titles at https://www.stlhe.ca/publications/green-guides/.



The tenth volume of Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT) is now published! This volume contains the re-worked, peer reviewed, edited papers originally presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) in London, ON, with the theme Empowering Learning, Effecting Change. The editors have grouped the papers into four sections: I. Empowering Teaching; II. Implementing Change; III. Empowering Learners; IV. Effective Learning. Examine how we can effect change to empower learning. Don’t forget to submit your 2017 presentation to CELT following the conference!



In June 2017, CJSoTL will publish a special issue containing articles developed through collaborative writing groups initiative co-led by the journal and SoTL Canada. This initiative saw scholars come together from across the country to co-author teaching and learning articles on topics of shared interest.


Publications de la SAPES – Dernières nouvelles!!!


Nous sommes heureux d’annoncer le lancement du Guide vert # 15, Place-Based Education: An Inter and Multidisciplinary Approach, qui vous est apporté par un groupe d’éducateurs dévoués de l’Université Thompson Rivers. Tous les Guides verts seront disponibles en version papier lors du Congrès 2017 de la SAPES. Vous pouvez consulter la liste complète à https://www.stlhe.ca/fr/ressources/green-guides/



Le dixième volume des Recueils d’essais sur l’apprentissage et l’enseignement (CELT) vient d’être publié! Le volume contient des communications retravaillées et évaluées par les pairs présentées lors du Congrès de 2016 de la Société pour l’avancement de la pédagogie dans l’enseignement supérieur (SAPES) à London (Ontario), sur le thème « Responsabiliser les enseignants, réaliser les changements ». Les éditeurs ont regroupés les communications en quatre sections : I. Responsabiliser l’enseignement; II. Mettre en place les changements; III. Responsabiliser les apprenants; IV. Apprentissage efficace. Examiner comment nous pouvons effectuer les changements afin de responsabiliser l’apprentissage. N’oubliez pas, après le congrès, d’envoyer à CELT le texte de vos présentations au congrès de 2017!



En juin 2017, la RCACEA publiera un numéro spécial contenant des articles rédigés par des groupes de rédaction en collaboration co-dirigés par la revue et par l’ACEA Canada. Cette initiative a permis à des chercheurs situés d’un bout à l’autre du Canada de collaborer à la co-rédaction d’articles traitant de l’enseignement et de l’apprentissage et portant sur des sujets d’intérêt commun.