This collection provides a sample of teaching and learning approaches from the Werklund School of Education Online Pedagogy Series. For more information about the Vignette Collection, contact The Office of Teaching and Learning in the Werklund School of Education

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  • Cognitive Apprenticeship in Online Teaching and Learning with Education Students 

    Delanoy, Nadia; Mosher, Ronna (Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, 2021-05-08)
    In this vignette we share our work surrounding cognitive apprenticeship as it applies to online graduate and bachelor level learning and the instructor's experiences. We also delve into the literature to underscore the ...
  • Instructors and Graduate TAs: A Vibrant Teaching and Learning Community 

    Pletnyova, Anna (Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, 2021-05-09)
    This vignette discusses the author's experiences of work as a graduate TA and an instructor during her doctoral program, focusing on areas important for success in these two roles. The author argues that regular communications, ...
  • Formative Assessment Strategies in Online Courses 

    Dressler, Roswita (Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, 2021-05-08)
    In this video I discuss formative feedback in graduate online classes based on a study of my own teaching practice. I asked the graduate students to write a research proposal and, after completing a short project, a research ...
  • A Collaborative Instructor and TA Approach to Online Teaching and Learning 

    Delanoy, Nadia; Chen, Danni (Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, 2021-05-05)
    This vignette presents the reflections of Instructor Dr. Nadia Delanoy and Teaching Assistant (TA) Danni Chen on a semester-long collaborative approach to teaching and learning. We hope this reflection provides insight ...
  • Universal Design Principles in Higher Education 

    Sabbaghan, Soroush (Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, 2021-05-08)
    This vignette outlines online course design principles that provide multiple entry points for learning so that students, with all their diversities, can adapt activities to fit their needs, emergent abilities, and interests. ...
  • Using Indigenous Talking Circles in Online Environments 

    Danyluk, Patricia; Hanson, Aubrey (Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, 2021-05-10)
    Talking circles online offer an opportunity for students to connect with one another during the course and in doing so enhance student satisfaction with the course. When facilitating a talking circle, the host must make ...