Classroom Climate

Integrating Indigenous knowledges in teaching: When will we be ready?

Integrating Indigenous knowledges in teaching: When will we be ready?

  On May 2 the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology held a panel discussion on integrating Indigenous content and perspectives in the classroom. The event brought together five settler scholars from departments across the university to share their experiences and to discuss, “When will we be ready?”

Student Wellbeing and Classroom Climate

Student Wellbeing and Classroom Climate

On February 8, 2017 Patty Hambler, Director of Student Wellbeing Promotions and Michael Lee, Senior Instructor in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy co-faciliated a Classroom Climate workshop titled “Supporting the Student as a Whole Person: Exploring Connections Between Instructional Practices, Learning, and Wellbeing.”

Bridging the Knowledge Gap and Engaging with TRC Calls to Action

Bridging the Knowledge Gap and Engaging with TRC Calls to Action

During the session on “Bridging the Knowledge Gap: Indigenous Foundations,” Kathryn and David outlined their approaches to engaging students in conversations about Indigenous topics in the various courses they’ve taught here at UBC.

Classroom Climate Series: Campus Climate

Classroom Climate Series: Campus Climate

We’ve rescheduled one of our sessions, “Addressing Campus Climate in Your Classroom” for November 3, 10AM-12PM, and hope this change in time will encourage more of you to register and attend this important workshop!

Classroom Climate Series: Territory Acknowledgment

Classroom Climate Series: Territory Acknowledgment

What goes into a territory/land acknowledgement and what are the things we can each think about to engage responsibly in this practice?

Musqueam Artist Shares Research, Cultural Practices, and Oral Histories

Musqueam Artist Shares Research, Cultural Practices, and Oral Histories

Musqueam community member and artist Morgan Guerin shared and discussed Musqueam culture, history, and his contribution to the exhibit cəsnaʔəm, the city before the city.

Amy Perreault and Hanae Tsukada with POD Conference Colleagues, San Francisco, CA, USA (Nov 4-8, 2015); L-R Tsukada, Dr. Misiwe M. Katiya (Cape Peninsula University of Technology South Africa), Jacinta Mutambuki, Ph.D. STEM Education Postdoctoral Research Associate- Washington University in St. Louis), and Perreualt

Classroom Climate Hits the Road!

Aboriginal Initiatives Strategist, Amy Perreault, and Classroom Climate and Educational Resource Developer, Hanae Tsukada recently returned from San Fransisco, California, where they shared their work on Classroom Climate at the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education conference, November 4-8, 2015. POD is a forty-year old, globally recognized professional organization serving faculty developers in […]

Taking Classroom Climate Online

Taking Classroom Climate Online

Taking Classroom Climate Online CTLT Winter Institute Wednesday, December 9, 9:30 am – 11:30 am Lillooet Room 301, Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, 1961 East Mall Register now for Taking Classroom Climate Online, a faculty roundtable and discussion on how to address issues of identity in online and blended learning environments, considerations of place and location when […]

Classroom Climate Series Engages UBC with Aboriginal Topics

Classroom Climate Series Engages UBC with Aboriginal Topics

As part of the yearlong Classroom Climate series, CTLT Aboriginal Initiatives hosted three workshops in fall 2015.