My latest post, written with Skylee-Storm Hogan and Andrea Eidinger for the Activehistory.ca Beyond the Lecture series is up now. “Appropriation vs. Incorporation: Indigenous Content in the Canadian History Classroom” looks how historians can include Indigenous content in post-secondary classrooms, with an emphasis on providing practical steps and resources.
Earlier today I had the pleasure of providing a virtual talk on podcasting, scholarship, and public history. My talk focused on how podcasts can be forms of scholarship and outreach. I also spoke about my experience recording the Historical Reminiscents podcast. For folks interested, my slides and notes are up on Google Slides.
Alternate title: What I did at Summer Domain Camp. A new activity for Domain Camp for 2019 was to interview your domain. Here is my response: What is your domain name and what is the story, meaning behind your choice of that as a name? My domain is procaffination.ca and it comes from the idea that I have difficulty doing anything before I have my first coffee. Instead of procrastination, I suffer from procaffination. I am also pro-coffee! I like […]
In this episode I reflect on the first few months of my eCampus Ontario Open Education Fellows appointment. I talk about the open community, Canadian history and open, and the intersection of Indigenous knowledge and open educational resources. I would love to hear about your experiences with open education and open practice. Leave a comment … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 53: OE Fellows Update
After nearly two years of secondment, my time as a Program Manager at eCampusOntario is coming to an end. On July 2 I return to Fleming College as a Learning Technology Specialist. Here is a rundown of experiences that I’m thankful to have gained, while in this position. I’ll keep it brief. Visits I got the chance to visit/connect with quite a few post-secondary institutions all over Ontario and beyond. And in doing so, one of the things I got […]
Tomorrow I have a midterm exam (worth 20%). Today I found out that my son has speech and language delays (likely due to poor hearing). The only time to get parental training to help him this month is tomorrow. The timing of the midterm overlaps with the training. So, I am faced with a choice. A choice that for me is easy, but if I was in a different set of circumstances it could be really difficult. The problem here […]
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It has been a busy Spring and as summer slowly drifts into view, I thought it would be appropriate to share a bit of the work I’ve been up to over the past few months. I am just going to be sharing high level updates but please feel free to reach out if you want … Continue reading All The Project Updates
Engaging Teaching Past Issues of The Teaching Hub We’ll be taking a break from publishing this weekly blog post for the remainder of the Spring semester, but if you’re looking for a topic that we’ve already covered, check out all of our Spring 2019 issues here, with a listing of included topics: Here We Go Again! D2L Courses Faculty Centre LDS Team Class Cancellation Policy Student Life Tab Start-Up Support Mindfulness in the Classroom D2L Subscription Training Emailing from the […]
Assessing student reflections can be challenging. #STLHE2019SAPES pic.twitter.com/yqJOu60Lqc— Laura Killam (she/her) (@NurseKillam) June 13, 2019 Challenges assessing reflection: Marking content that is highly personal Class size "How do you rubric for a heart" – Sven #STLHE2019SAPES— Laura Killam (she/her) (@NurseKillam) June 13, 2019 Marking reflections in a traditional way is challenging. Reflection is not an intuitive skill. There are several levels according to Ryan’s (2013) model. Jon recommends completion grades with marking guides. After working through an activity Sven says […]