Day One: Wednesday, 27 July 2022
Part 3: Americas
|Keynotes, Papers, Digital Showcases||UTC||USA/ Canada PDT||USA/ Canada CDT||USA/ Canada EDT||UK/ Ireland/ Nigeria||Europe/ SA||E Europe/ Israel||Dubai/ Tbilisi||Pakistan||India||Malaysia||Australia AEST||NZ|
|Day 1 July 27th (Wednesday) part 3|
|Opening Remarks||15:45||8:45||10:45||11:45||04:45 PM||17:45||18:45||19:45||20:45||09:15 PM||23:45||1:45||3:45|
|Keynote 3 (USCAN) Try Before You Buy: Pilot Testing Curricular Innovations (1h)||16:00||9:00||11:00||12:00||05:00 PM||18:00||19:00||20:00||21:00||09:30 PM||0:00||2:00||4:00|
|Keynote 3 (USCAN) Discussion (30m)||17:00||10:00||12:00||13:00||06:00 PM||19:00||20:00||21:00||22:00||10:30 PM||1:00||3:00||5:00|
|BREAK (30m)||17:30||10:30||12:30||13:30||06:30 PM||19:30||20:30||21:30||22:30||11:00 PM||1:30||3:30||5:30|
|Papers 3 (USCAN) Dealing with barriers to implementing what works|
|Integrating research and practice: The pedagogy of self-generated student stories in mechanical engineering technology education (30m)||18:00||11:00||13:00||14:00||07:00 PM||20:00||21:00||22:00||23:00||11:30 PM||2:00||4:00||6:00|
|Helping our students to overcome barriers to understanding the nature of scientific knowledge (30m)||18:30||11:30||13:30||14:30||07:30 PM||20:30||21:30||22:30||23:30||12:00 AM||2:30||4:30||6:30|
|Towards sustainable knowledge development and assessment: Embedding concept mapping in doctoral research methods education (30m)||19:00||12:00||14:00||15:00||08:00 PM||21:00||22:00||23:00||0:00||12:30 AM||3:00||5:00||7:00|
|Papers 3 (USCAN) discussion (30m)||19:30||12:30||14:30||15:30||08:30 PM||21:30||22:30||23:30||0:30||01:00 AM||3:30||5:30||7:30|
|BREAK (1h)||20:00||13:00||15:00||16:00||09:00 PM||22:00||23:00||0:00||1:00||01:30 AM||4:00||6:00||8:00|
|Roundtable 3 (USCAN) Collaborative Team teaching: a blessing or a burden for educators? (1h)||21:00||14:00||16:00||17:00||10:00 PM||23:00||0:00||1:00||2:00||02:30 AM||5:00||7:00||9:00|
|END OF DAY 1||22:00||15:00||17:00||18:00||11:00 PM||0:00||1:00||2:00||3:00||03:30 AM||6:00||8:00||10:00|
02:58:00 Cosma Gottardi: I’ve got a long question too 🙂
03:02:01 Cosma Gottardi, UofGlasgow: I’m very new to concept mapping!
03:02:09 Anita Campbell: I have not used it much
03:24:32 Cosma Gottardi, UofGlasgow: Could someone kindly spell the name of the tool, please?
03:25:09 Karen Smith (she/her) UBC, Vancouver: I believe it is this one:
03:25:10 Karen Smith (she/her) UBC, Vancouver: https://cmap.ihmc.us/
03:34:05 Noela Haughton: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_concept-_and_mind-mapping_software
03:51:31 Dr. Deema Al Shawan: Is the instructor involved in any way with peer assessment?
03:53:06 Noela Haughton: The peer assessment uses the grading criteria that I use. All assignment grading criteria are posted. For example, there grading criteria for concept mapping and the course project.
03:55:12 Dr. Deema Al Shawan: Thank you
03:58:20 Cosma Gottardi, UofGlasgow: I saw your email, James, (thanks!) and then checked my spam; and found all the info 🙂
03:59:11 Anita Campbell: Thank you very much for your insightful work and fresh ideas.
03:59:20 Deema Al Shawan: Great session!
03:59:26 Cosma Gottardi, UofGlasgow: Yes, thank you indeed!!!
03:59:27 June Levitt, Ph.D., LDT, CCC-SLP: Thank you!
03:59:32 Karen Smith (she/her) UBC, Vancouver: thank you for the presentations!
03:59:46 Noela Haughton: Thank you all for attending!
04:00:31 Corine Coniglio: Thank you, everyone, for providing lots of food for thought.
04:01:41 Olivia Wang: Thank you very much for the great presentations!