Obtaining a university degree is more than the accumulation of credits, and teaching in higher education is more than the transfer of knowledge. The experience should be transformative, for students, course instructors, and all those who support teaching.
The 15th Annual UBC Okanagan Learning Conference, May 6-7, 2019, explores experiential learning. We’ll discuss and think critically about
- theory and evidence of the impact of hands-on experiences and meaningful reflection
- design, assessment, and instructional strategies for experiential learning
- the student experience and the instructor experience
- and much more…
In addition to sharing their research and promising practices, every conference attendee will experience learning first hand, on field trips and hikes, in classrooms and labs, on campus and in the community, and then reflect on how those authentic experiences enlighten their teaching and their learning.
|Heather Bradshaw||Stephanie Bishop|
|Vania Chan||Greg duManoir|
|Janine Hirtz||Sajni Lacey|
|Kristen Morgan||Nina Langton|
|Peter Newbury (Chair)||Michelle Lowton|
|Angela Norkum-Porubanec||Etienne Myette-Cote|
|John Parry||Peter Newbury (Chair)|
|Brian Powell||John Parry|
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the unceded territory of the Syilx (Okanagan) Peoples.