April 17-18 2019
Vancouver, BC
SFU Harbour Centre Campus 515 W Hastings St

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Thursday, April 18 • 8:30am - 12:45pm
Critical Learning Design and the Untextbook Sprint

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This session forms part of a series of events associated with a project called Rethink Learning Design. In this three hour workshop we invite a broad range of educators to challenge existing instructional design/learning design models, technologies, and artefacts such as textbooks in the context of critical pedagogy and open. By aligning open with critical pedagogy, and in challenging instructional design models and the notion of the textbook and the form it needs to take, we will undertake a series of rethinking, visioning, and retooling activities. Participants will leave this session with some collaboratively created models for doing critical instructional design as open education practices, and will have helped identify key themes for an untextbook on critical instructional design.  

Learning goal: Experience frustration, inspiration, and action in creating space for the convergence of critical pedagogy, learning design, and open.

Participate: Want to join in sharing your ideas or questions right now? You can do that over on the RethinkLD SPLOT site rethinkldsplot.opened.ca 

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Michelle Harrison

Learning Designer, Thompson Rivers University
Michelle Harrison is a senior instructional designer and assistant professor at TRU Open Learning. She is a past BCcampus Open Education Research Fellow and has been supporting openness at TRU through OER development and adoption and researching open educational practices.
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Michael Paskevicius

University of Victoria
Michael Paskevicius is an Educational Developer in the Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning at Vancouver Island University and a Ph.D. candidate with the University of Victoria. His research focusses on open educational practices, emerging technologies, and knowledge management... Read More →
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Tannis Morgan

Advisor, Teaching & Learning and Researcher, Open Education Practices, BCCampus

Thursday April 18, 2019 8:30am - 12:45pm PDT
Room 1530