The right tool for the job – BCIT Development Day

On October 31, 2017, I had the pleasure of giving the keynote presentation and also facilitating a workshop at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) School of Transportation Development Day, “Tools of the Trade.” Thanks very much to Chief Instructor Eric Fry and BCIT Learning and Teaching Centre Instructional Development Consultant, Rosario Passos, for the invitation.

Here are the presentations and other resources I used. They’re all shared under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license so you’re welcome to borrow, use, adapt them (and a mention where you got them would be great, thanks.)

The Right Tool for the Job

Download a copy of How People Learn or read it online.

Learning Outcomes: Blueprints for Teaching and Learning

Bloom’s Taxonomy card sorting activity (PDF)

Bloom's Taxonomy card sorting task. Notice the coloured paper: that's so I can reset the resources after the workshop, in case the cards get mixed together. (Photo: Peter Newbury CC-BY)

Bloom’s Taxonomy card sorting task. Notice the coloured paper: that’s so I can reset the resources after the workshop, in case the cards get mixed together. (Photo: Peter Newbury CC-BY)

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