2021 Summer Awarded Projects

We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to the 2021 Summer SoTL Seed Program cohort on embarking on a reflective journey to research and evaluate impactful pedagogies.

  • Mapping our communities: Shifting towards place-based pedagogies in the primary years cohort
    Iris Berger & Melanie Wong | Faculty of Education |  Language and Literacy Education
  • The impact of team-based learning (TBL) on student writing
    Rebecca Carruthers Den Hoed | Faculty of Arts | School of Journalism, Writing, and Media
  • Queering the School of Social Work and beyond
    Antoine Coulombe | Faculty of Arts | School of Social Work
  • Instructor perceptions and reported practices around informal peer collaboration on homework among Engineering students
    Agnes D’Entremont & Loay Al-Salehi
    | Applied Science | Mechanical Engineering
  • Disciplinary coherences: Building dialectics through paired interview methods
    Christine D’Onofrio & PJ Rayner | Faculty of Arts | Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory
  • Impact of Indigenous-focused module in a second-year technical communication course on engineering students’ intercultural understanding as it relates to Indigenous People
    Alon Eisenstein | Applied Science | School of Engineering
  • The healthy skeptic! Building expert-like strategies for critically evaluating claims in primary research papers in undergraduate life sciences
    Marcia Graves | Faculty of Science | Microbiology and Immunology
  • Conventional vs digital field education in the Biogeosciences: Comparing student perceptions and performance
    Nina Hewitt | Faculty of Arts | Department of Geography
  • Thinking and writing like a scientist: Affirmation of student identities through functional approaches to academic literacies for emergent multilinguals
    Won Kim | Vantage College | Academic English Program
  • Evaluating presence for building trust and equity in multi-campus courses
    Christoph Sielmann & Casey Keulen | Applied Science | Mechanical Engineering