Documentation:Teaching Practices Colloquium
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- Igniting the Spark in Teaching & Learning
Write-up buzz words:
- Joy and Inspiration in Teaching and Learning.
- Teaching and Learning Made Fun!
- The Joy of Inspiration for transformation
- Creating Excitement in Your Classroom
- Exhilarated Learning
- Feel great, Work Great, Be great!
- A-ha’s & ha-ha’s
- Connecting with learning
- Open hearts, open minds: joy and fun in the classroom.
- Attention - How can teachers grab and maintain their students' attention in this fast-paced, tech-driven world?
- Authenticity - Students expect authenticity in the material they study and activities they engage in. How can teachers meet this expectation?
- Excitement, joy laughter, fun, exhilarating, exciting, engaging, motivating
The following are some possibilities:
- Dr. Billy Strean: http://billystrean.com/
- Dr. John P. Smol: http://www.queensu.ca/stlhe2014/program/plenary-sessions/plenary-ii-dr-john-smol
- Pedagogical Speed Dating: short 10 minute talks
- Poster sessions combined with snack like chocolates/drink
- In 3-5 minutes, describe one fun activity you've done that brought smiles/joy/laughter to your class?
Some ideas for the social, or fun activities throughout the day:
- Comedy routine
- funny song/dance/performance of some kind at end of keynote...if not live then a short video to have everyone smiling as they head off to w/shops??...or at end of day during social??)
- Badge system / scavenger hunt type of activity to connect the workshops
- Interview faculty about fun activities they've done in class (ask Journalism for students to record)