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2010 CLIF Abstracts

The purpose of the Centred on Learning Innovation Fund is to stimulate the development, implementation, and assessment of innovative teaching and learning. Click on 'Abstract' to read more about this year’s proposals:

A Student-Centered Approach to Course Development
Dora Cavallo-Medved, Julie Smit, & Kirsten Poling, Department of Biological Sciences
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Enhancing Moral Literacy of First-Year Nursing Students Through Engagement in “Virtual” Ethical Grand Rounds
Sharon McMahon & Kathy Pfaff, Faculty of Nursing
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Enhancing Student Learning Experiences in Introductory Statistics Labs
Mohammed Baki, Odette School of Business & Fouzia Baki, Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering
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Enhancing Nursing Education of Large Groups: Using Simulation on a Grander Scale
Deborah Dayus & Judy Bornais, Faculty of Nursing
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Experiential Learning Through a Mentor-Based Resiliency Intervention for “At-Risk” Youth in Urban Secondary Schools
Geri Salinitri, Faculty of Education & Victoria Paraschak, Department of Kinesiology
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Facilitating Student Engagement: Teaching Industrial Health and Safety (IH&S) With Cases
Fouzia Baki, Waguih ElMaraghy, & A. Ziout, Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering
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Techniques to Assess Professional Identity Learning in Interdisciplinary Programs
Gemma Smyth, Faculty of Law & Suzanne McMurphy, School of Social Work
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Developing Effective Teaching Guidelines for Post-Secondary Course Websites Based on Universal Instructional Design
Irene Carter & Donald Leslie, School of Social Work
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City as Media: Connecting Theory and Practice Through Urban Media Studies
Michael Darroch, Department of Communication, Media & Film
Cara Fabre, Women’s and Gender Studies
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University Civic Engagement: The Critical Role of Student Internships in Community Revitalization
Mary Medcalf & Cheryl Taggart, School of Social Work
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Improving Scaffolding for Problem-Solving in Junior Level Electromagentic Waves
Chitra Rangan, Department of Physics
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