Let’s Talk about Teaching 2023

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About LTAT

Let’s Talk About Teaching (LTAT) creates a space for peer-to-peer conversations on current pedagogical trends and innovative teaching practices to enhance student learning. Following the success of the summer 2023 LTAT conference, LTSI will host a series of LTAT events throughout the year. Our next event will coincide with Academic Integrity Week. LTAT events are hosted by the Division of Learning and Teaching Support and Innovation (LTSI).

Presentation recordings

Discover sessions

Longer-form 20-45 minute sessions where facilitators and participants investigate a particular topic with interactive components.

Decolonizing required courses: belonging as learning outcome in an Indigenous-Only AWR

Presented by: Loren Gaudet, Lydia Toorenburgh

Enhancing inclusive discussions: exploring social annotation in higher education

Presented by: Michael Paskevicius, Maryam Shirdel Pour

Implementations of and alternatives to exam accommodations in classroom and lab settings

Presented by: Travis Martin, Charlie Watson

Large language models & academic assignments: exclude or embrace?

Presented by: Rich McCue

Personal need versus belonging: building connection when students find it hard to be present

Presented by: Catherine Harding and Dennine Dudley

Approaches and tools for centering antiracism, decolonization, and gender inclusivity, accessibility, rationality and belonging

Presented by: Georgia Sitara

Lightning Talks

Short-form 10 minute talks to showcase a teaching strategy, innovative idea, personal experience, piece of advice, research finding, etc. 

Creating connections

Presented by: Maria Iankilevitch, Chris Willmore, Yossra Othman

Learning for everyone

Presented by: Andrew Murray, Janine Wulz, Matt Pollard, Christian Van Buskirk, Gregory Rowe

Technology in the classroom

Presented by: Anthony Estey, Celina Berg

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June 12, 2023

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