• Storyteller Series on the Learning and Teaching Model, 2013-14


    The Learning and Teaching Model Storyteller Series took an in-depth look at how faculty are applying the core components of the RRU Learning and Teaching Model and through a storytelling format, showcased examples of LTM throughout RRU's courses and programs.

    This workshop series also articulated how CTET is able to assist faculty and programs in utilizing these core LTM components to build authentic and relevant learning that creates engaging learning experiences. The workshops provided a great opportunity for faculty to share, collaborate, and learn from colleagues across Schools.

    Each of the boxes below provides links to stories and artefacts from the workshops, held in 2013 - 2014. 

  • Part 5: Faculty with Professional Experience

    On January 22, 2014, the Centre for Teaching and Educational Technologies (CTET) hosted the fifth workshop in the RRU Learning and Teaching Model Workshop Series, Faculty with Professional Experience. Approximately 40 people gathered on-campus and online to participate in this event.

    The workshop provided an opportunity for faculty to explore how their professional and applied experiences can be incorporated into programs, courses and individual class sessions.

    Story tellers at the event:

    • Steve Grundy - VP Academic & Core Faculty, School of Environment and Sustainability
    • Gail Snider – Associate Faculty, School of Education and Technology
    • Connie Cirkony – MEEC Alumni , School of Environment and Sustainability
    • Bob Kull – Associate Faculty, School of Environment and Sustainability
    • Mary-Anne Neal – Associate Faculty, School of Communication and Culture

Part 4: Experiential, Authentic Learning StrategiesPart 6: Enhancing Learning Through Technology