All Pre-Conference Workshops will occur on June 13, 2023. Conference registrations will include the opportunity to register for one morning session, and one afternoon session.

For those not attending the 2023 STLHE Annual Conference, workshops can be purchased for $50 +HST each.

The Pre-Conference Workshops and Conference Program can be viewed here

Morning Sessions (9 am – 12 pm)
  • What is SoTL?
  • Integrating Co-Creation into Course Assessment: Principles, Practices, and Research
  • Engaging Students in Training to Reduce Implicit Cognitive Biases
  • Empowering Academics Confidence through Talking About Teaching and Learning (TATAL) Communities of Practice
  • Using Strategic Foresight to Explore the Futures of Educational Technology
  • Working Together: Indigenizing Curricula
  • Unleashing Potential: Charting A Professional Development Journey for Your College Teaching Career CANCELLED
  • A Cohort Model to Support Indigenous and Black Students in Undergraduate Programs
  • Two Generations, Four Voices: An exploration of the Indigenous Content Requirement at Trent University
Afternoon Sessions (1 pm – 4 pm)
  • How to Write SoTL
  • From Preparation to Implementation: The Values, Practices, and Experiences of Program and Center Reviews
  • “I’ve Got the Power”: Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Decolonization (EDID) – Responding to the Social Effects of Power in the Classroom
  • How Metaphors Unlock Superhero Powers of Generativity: Using the Marvel Universe to Become Better Mentors
  • Inspire Success: Infusing Professional Development into Curriculum Outcomes
  • Applying Inquiry-Based Learning in Higher Education: How to Practically Support Students Throughout Their Inquiry Journey
  • Teaching International Students at the Post Secondary Classrooms: Explore the Challenges and Practical Strategies
  • Artificial Intelligence: Existential Crisis or Necessary Nudge? Teaching and Learning in the Age of Chat GPT
  • A Systems Approach to Transforming the Academy: Signature Learning Outcomes, Pedagogy and Assessment (Yorkville University Sponsored)
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