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Friday, March 16 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
CTAP – Connecting Technology and Pedagogy for Access, Collaboration and Engagement

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Mary Drinkwater, a lecturer in OISE's Comparative, International & Development Education program, will present and apply a set of principles which she calls CTAP-Connecting Technology and Pedagogy. These principles have been developed following 6 years of teaching experience with online and blended graduate and undergraduate courses, both within the university and in collaborative courses with universities in the UK and Australia. She will share and discuss the theoretical model and then present and discuss a number of synchronous and asynchronous pedagogical and assessment strategies, using platforms such as Blackboard, Adobe Connect and C2C (Connect to Create). The presentation aims to highlight the unique needs and challenges for discussion and engagement in teaching environments for increasing access, collaboration and engagement to deepen the learning process for students and teachers, within a university and between universities internationally.


Mary Drinkwater

Lecturer, University of Toronto
Mary Drinkwater is a Lecturer at the OISE, University of Toronto, in the department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, with a cross-appointment to the collaborative specialization of Comparative, International and Development Education. Mary’s research interests include critical... Read More →

Friday March 16, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Room 9 FIT Conference Center