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Publications in Profweb (7)

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A Different Sense of Moodle

Published March 11, 2012  |  Psychology

Rajesh Malik Teacher, Dawson College

Rajesh Malik hasn’t let blindness interfere with his teaching. Prior to the age of computers and the internet, he used standard techniques of lecturing and showed videos on VHS, but as the computer took over classrooms, he used more multi-media devices and, of course computers. As well, certain software made his life easier.

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Simple Technologies Transform Our Brains

Published November 6, 2011  |  Psychology

Shelagh Robinson Teacher, Dawson College

Shelagh Robinson's classes have been enriched by technology at all levels. Using simple technology can be sophisticated and transformative. Adding information technology to the mix does not diminish the value of simpler illustrations.  

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Planning Parenthood: Raising a Virtual Child

Published October 12, 2009  |  Psychology

Susan Kerwin-Boudreau Teacher, Champlain College - Campus Saint-Lambert

A truly moving story about the adoption of a virtual child in a course on childhood and adolescent psychology.

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PowerPoint Redux

Published December 18, 2011  |  Psychology

Karen Tee Teacher, Vanier College

PowerPoint allows Karen Tee to do some things that help students learn, and it’s so much more interesting, for both her and the students! Although doing PowerPoint slides right requires a lot of preparation, the results make all the work worthwhile.

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Motivating Students and Teachers Alike!

Published February 25, 2008  |  Psychology

Paul Morissette Teacher, Cégep Édouard-Montpetit

New resources improve your teaching while letting you remember why you chose your subject in the first place!

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Reviewing for the Exam…and Having Fun!

Published November 16, 2016  |  Psychology

Andrée Roussel Teacher, Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon

The Poll Everywhere tool is very useful in many aspects of my teaching. It's a free on-line tool that allows you to create questionnaires that students can answer in real time with a cell phone, computer or tablet. In collaboration with Mathieu Cyr, Teaching Intern at the Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon and Postgraduate student at the Université Laval. 

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Learner-based Teaching

Published May 6, 2014  |  Psychology

Shelagh Robinson Teacher, Dawson College

In an earlier Profweb story, Simple Technologies Transform Our Brains, Shelagh Robinson related her fascination with mirror reading, and its usefulness illustrating the plurality between the right and left hemispheres of the brain. The title alluded to the fact that one of the most useful tools for presenting mirror reading was a simple overhead projector, and transparencies to reverse images. Thanks to the efforts of two cégep graduates, this is no longer true. Mirror reading is now a concept that is accessible to psychology students both in class and outside of it.

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Real Life Stories

Published November 16, 2016

Reviewing for the Exam…and Having Fun!

Andrée Roussel Teacher, Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon

The Poll Everywhere tool is very useful in many aspects of my teaching. It's a free on-line tool that allows you to create questionnaires that students can answer in real time with a cell phone, computer or tablet. In collaboration with Mathieu Cyr, Teaching Intern at the Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon and Postgraduate student at the Université Laval. 

Psychology

Real Life Stories

Published May 6, 2014

Learner-based Teaching

Shelagh Robinson Teacher, Dawson College

In an earlier Profweb story, Simple Technologies Transform Our Brains, Shelagh Robinson related her fascination with mirror reading, and its usefulness illustrating the plurality between the right and left hemispheres of the brain. The title alluded to the fact that one of the most useful tools for presenting mirror reading was a simple overhead projector, and transparencies to reverse images. Thanks to the efforts of two cégep graduates, this is no longer true. Mirror reading is now a concept that is accessible to psychology students both in class and outside of it.

Psychology

Real Life Stories

Published February 25, 2008

Motivating Students and Teachers Alike!

Paul Morissette Teacher, Cégep Édouard-Montpetit

New resources improve your teaching while letting you remember why you chose your subject in the first place!

Psychology