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Mind the Gap

Published May 20, 2012  |  Humanities

Eileen Kerwin Jones Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College

Active learning online in this Humanities course using blended learning requires a level of autonomy and commitment on the part of students, as well as a willingness to work collaboratively. There is little chance to simply receive information passively in class!

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Team Teaching in the Virtual World

Published September 10, 2007  |  Humanities

Norm Spatz Editor (retired), Profweb

Norm Spatz has assembled a tour of a unique team-teaching experiment that has already produced innovative and enriching results. Since September 2006, Vanier College and the Cégep de Sept-Îles have been involved in an initiative to enhance the learning experience of students from both cegeps by giving them a chance to meet in the virtual world.

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An Introduction to Virtual Team Teaching with Sharon Coyle

Published November 30, 2018  |  Humanities

Simon Côté-Massicotte Editor, Profweb

Virtual team teaching, or VTT, consists of having students from different colleges, often in different regions, collaborate on assignments or projects in a synchronous manner using online communication tools, in class. Invaluable in courses where the student is invited to learn about other cultures and languages, VTT has the potential to enhance almost any course.

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Dissemination is the Key

Published April 22, 2012  |  Humanities

Nathan Loewen Teacher, Vanier College

As a new participant in the fifth year of the  J@nus Project, a hybrid joint course between Vanier College and Cégep de Sept-Îles, Nathan Loewen is aware that technology is a central theme but history is a factor in the success of his course.

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The Team Teaching Project: Past, Present, Future

Published March 29, 2009  |  Humanities

Sharon Coyle Teacher, Cégep de Sept-Îles

It's one thing to begin a project, to try out a new idea, but how can you sustain the energy and enthusiasm, and when does a "pilot" project get its wings and mature into the real thing?

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Humanities and IT – Tips for Successful Integration

Published September 21, 2014  |  Humanities

Norm Spatz Editor (retired), Profweb

This year Profweb will publish a series of discipline-specific articles on the tools and ICT strategies that you can easily incorporate into YOUR teaching. Not only will each article provide an overview of inspiring material available in Profweb, but these summaries will help you have a clear and accurate picture of available resources elsewhere in the network and beyond.

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Hard Truths – Sonic and Otherwise

Published March 28, 2010  |  Humanities

Roger Haughey Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College

People play and listen to music without really knowing what and how they are learning. In the second year of CCDMD's English-Language Materials Development Assistance Program Call for Submissions, I applied for a grant to turn the multimedia material in the course Sonic Truths: Popular Music and Knowledge into a course pack. The idea of the project was to give teachers and students the tools to move beyond the charms of music and submit it, and our relationship with it, to analysis with the help of Information Technology.

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Inter-linguistic, Inter-provincial and Even International Possibilities

Published September 13, 2009  |  Humanities

Caroline Chwojka Teacher, Vanier College

A Virtual Team-teaching Project has been taking place between Cégep de Sept-Iles and Vanier College since 2005. The project's pioneers, Sharon Coyle and Sophie Jacmin, are both Humanities teachers and coordinators. Their students would meet from their respective colleges online using webcams and projectors. This avant-garde approach, courage to use IT, and dedication were inspirations to me in my adventures in online team-teaching.

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A Project for the Humanities Program: A Virtual Multidisciplinary Course

Published June 7, 2005  |  Humanities

Manon Pilon Teacher, Cégep de Bois-de-Boulogne

Manon Pilon has been teaching geography at Bois-de-Boulogne for 25 years. She is also the Human Science Program Coordinator. On a beautiful spring day, she accepted to share a little bit of her experience with us.

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Cite It! A Tutorial to Help Students Cite Sources Correctly

Published February 23, 2016  |  Humanities

Paulette Cake Project Manager - English Language Division, CCDMD

Dr. Anna Woodrow, a Humanities teacher at John Abbott College, knew that her students, especially first-year students, had difficulty citing sources and often became discouraged because they had no idea where to start. They couldn’t find useful and easy-to-use tools on the Internet. Anna had the idea to create a tutorial and applied to the CCDMD’s Call for Projects. Her project was accepted, and I am the project manager that has been helping her bring her idea to life.

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Published February 16, 2014

Using Portal to Explore Plato's Allegory of the Cave

Johnathan Mina Teacher, Collège LaSalle

For the last three years, one of the main tools that Jonathan Mina has used in his Humanities course is a video game called Portal. Although some would call this risky, the results are there: student motivation and academic achievement are inching noticeably upwards in his courses.

Humanities

Articles

Published November 30, 2018

An Introduction to Virtual Team Teaching with Sharon Coyle

Simon Côté-Massicotte Editor, Profweb

Virtual team teaching, or VTT, consists of having students from different colleges, often in different regions, collaborate on assignments or projects in a synchronous manner using online communication tools, in class. Invaluable in courses where the student is invited to learn about other cultures and languages, VTT has the potential to enhance almost any course.

Humanities

Articles

Published February 23, 2016

Cite It! A Tutorial to Help Students Cite Sources Correctly

Paulette Cake Project Manager - English Language Division, CCDMD

Dr. Anna Woodrow, a Humanities teacher at John Abbott College, knew that her students, especially first-year students, had difficulty citing sources and often became discouraged because they had no idea where to start. They couldn’t find useful and easy-to-use tools on the Internet. Anna had the idea to create a tutorial and applied to the CCDMD’s Call for Projects. Her project was accepted, and I am the project manager that has been helping her bring her idea to life.

Humanities

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