I’d like to once again thank Partners In Research for inviting me to take part in this year’s Hour Of Code. I’d also like to thank all of the students in all of the classrooms from across the country that tuned in to the live webinar. It was a lot of fun and hopefully theContinue reading "Partners In Research: More Than A Code Monkey"
Despite the fact that I’ve been on sabbatical since September, I have continued to work as the Director of the Physical Science & Engineering Education Research Centre (PSEER) at the University of Guelph (albeit with a much lighter workload and schedule). I’ve also continued to be a member of the SEED Community Food Project steering committee,Continue reading "Changes"
After this week’s upcoming webinar for the Partners In Research’s Hour of Code, I will have only one more presentation to lead in 2018. After a busy year of conferences, seminars, workshops, and interviews, it is nice to see the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel. My final presentation will take place duringContinue reading "One Last Presentation"
If you are an undergraduate student researching in the arts & humanities, business, engineering, music, health sciences, social sciences, or physical sciences, you may be interested in the Western Student Research Conference. The Western Student Research Conference has opened a call for abstracts for undergraduate research presentations. The annual conference showcases undergraduate research from aContinue reading "Undergraduate Research Conference"
Building a course manual? Perhaps begin with the learning objectives.