Edubytes

Intersecting biases of language and race

Intersecting biases of language and race

In the April edition of Edubytes, our guest editors are Meghan Corella and Ryuko Kubota from the UBC Faculty of Education. They introduce animation videos based on a published article for the purpose of raising viewers’ awareness of intersectional injustices involving race and language.

From Open Education to Epistemic and Social Justice

From Open Education to Epistemic and Social Justice

In the March edition of Edubytes, our guest editor is Associate Professor of Teaching from the UBC Faculty of Education Dr. Surita Jhangiani. She takes a critical approach on open pedagogy and shares new and existing resources engaged in this process.

Community Engaged Learning

Community Engaged Learning

In the February edition of Edubytes, our guest editor is Community Engaged Learning Officer at the UBC Centre for Community Engaged Learning, Bruce Moghtader. He shares what Community Engaged Learning is, and describes how the UBC’s Centre for Community Engaged Learning Community advances it for the UBC Vancouver teaching and learning community.

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Collaborative learning

In the January edition of Edubytes, our guest editors are Arts Instructional Support & Information Technology (ISIT) Collaborative Learning TLEF project team members (Michael Jerowsky, Jason Myers, Angela Lam, Ricardo Serrano, Meena Kahlon and Sami Haque) with faculty contributions from Dr. Siobhán Wittig McPhee, Dr. Brianne Orr-Álvarez and Dr. Katherine Lyon.

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Edubytes – 2023 in review

This month, the Edubytes editorial team looks back on the resources, articles and stories that stood out across the year in teaching and learning.

Implementing computational tools for learning

Implementing computational tools for learning

In our November edition of Edubytes, our guest editor Francis Jones, shares the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences’s project to implement open source computational tools and teaching tactics to facilitate hands-on interdisciplinary learning in data-driven scientific exploration.

GenAI is disrupting Teaching and Learning

GenAI is disrupting Teaching and Learning

In the October edition of Edubytes, our guest editors Elisa Baniassad and Lucas Wright, share how the CTLT is helping instructors navigating the era of generative AI.

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Orange Shirt Day 2023

In the September edition of Edubytes, Janelle Kasperski, Kyle Shaughnessy, Carissa Block, and Samantha Nock share the history of the residential school system and context for understanding the ongoing impacts.

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Universal Design for Learning

In the August edition of Edubytes, our guest editors share how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can help in addressing the unique learning needs of all UBC students, and highlight projects embracing this approach.

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Emerging Media Lab

In the July edition of Edubytes, the UBC Emerging Media Lab team shares projects that demonstrate how emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Virtual and Augmented Reality can help revolutionize teaching and learning.