2016 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:

Developing a UWindsor Guide to Assist Department Heads Evaluate Teaching
Dave Andrews, Department of Kinesiology; Dora Cavallo-Medved, Department of Biological Sciences; and Chitra Rangan, Department of Physics

Developing a Supplementary Student Ratings of Instruction Instrument for Evaluating the Student Experience in Online, Blended, and Technology-Enabled Courses
Nick Baker, Office of Open Learning; Maureen Sterling, Odette School of Business; and Chitra Rangan, Department of Physics

Evaluating the Potential of SET Exploration Tools for Reflective Practice
Phil Graniero, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences; Beverley Hamilton, Office of the Provost; and Charles Macdonald, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Teaching Assistants: Evaluating Lab Instructors to Support Development and Improvement in Teaching Skills
Julie Smit and Tanya Noel, Department of Biological Sciences

Myth Busting the SET: Student Retention & Satisfaction
Patricia Weir and James Gauld, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Office of Quality Assurance; Jess Dixon, Department of Kinesiology; and Lori Buchanan, Department of Psychology