2023 Summer Awarded Projects

We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to the first round of 2023 Summer SoTL Seed Program cohort on embarking on a reflective journey to research and evaluate impactful pedagogies.

Full SoTL Seed Projects

  • Written reflective practice for developing professional identity and learner confidence   
    Marcia L. Choi | School of Audiology and Speech Sciences
  • Developing the Cultural Diversity Awareness of the Heritage Language Learners, through Community-Based Education   
    Hessam Dehghani | Asian Studies
  • Student perspectives on engagement in a distributed learning program   
    Elly Park | Occupational science and occupational therapy
  • Does a skills inventory, as a formative assessment process, enhance occupational therapy (OT) students’ clinical skill acquisition, confidence and reflexive learning?   
    Jay MacDonald | Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
  • Don’t Fear It, Embrace It: ChatGPT in an Upper-Level Chemistry Communication Course   
    Christopher Addison | Chemistry
  • A curricular evaluation of the Foundations for Inclusive and Respectful Engagement (FIRE) modules   
    Rishma Chooniedass | School of Nursing
  • Social Justice Storytelling and Reparative Histories of Photography: An Experiment in Place-Based and Community-Engaged Learning   
    Jillian Lerner | Art History, Visual Art and Theory
  • Connecting the Development of Interdisciplinary Skills and Perspectives on Power, Privilege, and Positionality in Sustainability Education   
    Natalie Forssman | Community, Culture and Global Studies
  • Helping Arabic Learners Develop Oral Proficiency: A Comparison of Two Teaching Approaches   
    Nesrine Basheer | Asian Studies

Limited Support Seed Projects

  • Evaluating Student Learning in the new Climate Studies and Action Certificate   
    Tara Ivanochko | EOAS
  • Evaluating Cultural Safety Training in Pharmacy Practice Educators   
    Kayla Fang | Office of Experiential Education
  • EMPHASize: developing, implementing and evaluating online curriculum modules for health professional programs   
    Sally Stewart |  School of Health and Exercise Sciences/Nursing
  • Metacognition and Student Decision Making   
    Jonathan Graves | Vancouver School of Economics