My name is Stephanie and I teach introductory biology and chemistry at Niagara College in Welland, Ontario.
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Today, I found something about this program that actually left me frustrated. Rather than praise the provocative and participatory sessions on Large Classrooms and the Role of the Coordinator, I’m going for a bit of a deeper dive today. Really, … Continue reading
You can read my reflections from CEDP Phase 1 here. Want to learn more about the College Educator Development Program? Click here for their website to read their mission statement and access all sorts of free resources. I was inspired … Continue reading
It’s getting late since I was working on organizing my notes from today’s workshops and finalizing the lesson plan I’ll present to my small group tomorrow for feedback. I really struggle with making human tissues an interesting topic, so I … Continue reading
Calling all teachers and learners! I attended a great session today at CEDP about Project-Based Learning, put on by Nancy Nelson. I really want to incorporate a project into our introductory cell biology course, but I don’t have any ideas! … Continue reading
College Grouping – Oucomes Based Education and Program Standards Our department has just finished the curriculum review portion of our program mapping, so I had all of the terminology fresh in my mind for this session. It was great to … Continue reading