Planning to adapt: flexibility in lesson design using the 5 Es – Registration

The renewed MScPT curriculum emphasizes student-centred learning through its curriculum vision, central pillars, and teaching and learning philosophy. Implementing this approach is often easier said than done! This workshop offers an opportunity for participants to refresh their approach to class planning with the 5 Es: both a model of how learning works, and an adaptable framework for lesson design. Participants will explore the 5 E’s – Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate – as phases of learning that can help us both structure tutorials and guide students in learning new content. This model of lesson design is flexible, focused on student learning, and has its origins in science education. Participants will experience each of the five phases as we explore the theory behind this model of instructional design, identify relevant applications, and draft a plan for applying this approach in your own teaching context.

June 11, 2019 from 1:00-3:00, Room 150 @ 500 University Ave