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The Festival of Learning 2016 has ended, it took place June 6–9, 2016. This post-secondary education event hosted more than 400 delegates, offering a variety of session formats, learning experiences, unique spaces, as well as social and networking events. Don’t miss the next Festival of Learning 2018 happening May 28-30, 2018.

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Monday, June 6 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Lessons Learned: Using Project Based Learning Pedagogy in a Multi-Access Course (BUSN-3110) (2:00 - 2:30 Area 3A) LIMITED

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Open Session Limited 50 Participants (First-Come, First-In). This session happens in a large ballroom with two sessions at opposite ends of the room (Area 3A)

Research supports the value of interdisciplinary programs, however, there are relatively few interdisciplinary courses at the undergraduate level at the JIBC. The purpose of this study is to share successes and challenges from applying project based learning (PBL) in a multi-access inter-disciplinary course.

PBL is a comprehensive approach to teaching and learning that is designed to engage students in the investigation of authentic problems. Learning experiences are designed to enable students reach higher cognitive levels of problem solving and evaluation, while at the same time improving professional skills such as critical thinking, teamwork and communication.

Multi-access learning is “…a framework for enabling students in both face-to-face and online contexts to personalize learning experiences while engaging as a part of the same course.” (Irvine, Code, & Richards 2013).

The goals of this study are to:
  • Improve students’ learning by incorporating feedback provided by students, faculty and sponsors (community partners)
  • Document lessons learned for future adaptation by other faculty

Presenter
Florence Daddey, Program Manager, Justice Institute of British Columbia

Speakers
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Florence Daddey

Centre for Teaching, Learning and Innovation, Justice Institute of BC
Florence is a Program Manager and Instructor and works for the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Innovation (CTLI) at the Justice Institute of BC. In her role as an instructional designer she collaborates with program areas and divisions as they develop and redesign their courses... Read More →


Monday June 6, 2016 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Grand Villa 3 Ballroom (Second Floor)

Attendees (17)