Day One Presentations
Podium Sessions: Improving Institutional Effectiveness
Session 1: Going beyond the Course Evaluation tool: the MD program approach to the evaluation of their courses.
Presenters: Dr. David Rojas, Frazer Howard, MD program, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Session 2: The Student Learning Experience Survey (SLES): Reimagining and pilot testing a novel approach to course evaluations at McMaster University.
Presenter: Dr. Amanda Kelly Ferguson, McMaster University
Concurrent Podium Sessions
Track 1: EDIA
Session 1: An Analysis of Winter 2022 Student Course Perception (SCP) Survey Responses at the University of Waterloo.
Presenters: Dr. Sonya Buffone, Kathy Becker, Dr. David DeVidi, University of Waterloo
Track 2: Establishing Reliability and Validity
Session 1: Longitudinal Analyses of Student Feedback to Enhance Faculty Engagement with an Informed Interpretation of the Data.
Presenter: David Greaves, University of Saskatchewan
Session 2: Testing and Visualizing the Dimensionality of Rating Scale Data. Presenter: Kenneth Tsang, Villanova University
Track 3: Leveraging Technology
Session 1:How UC Berkeley Created a Custom Web App for Managing Course Evaluations Data.
Presenter: Becca Long, University of California, Berkeley
Session 2: Course Evaluation Middleware: Bringing Efficiency to CE Workflows. Presenter: Paul Steacy, CTSI, University of Toronto
Featured Podium Session No.1: Establishing Reliability and Validity
Taking a Scholarly Approach to Transform Student Feedback on Teaching.
Presenters: Dr. Stephanie McKeown, Dr. Abdel Azim Zumrawi, Alison Wong & Dr. Brad Wuetherick, University of British Columbia
Panel Discussion No.1: A Multi-Institution Discussion on Course Evaluations in the Framework of EDIA (Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity and Accessibility)
Moderator: Dr. Jasjit Sangha, Faculty Liaison Coordinator, Anti-Racist Pedagogies, CTSI, University of Toronto Panelists: Dr. Yasmine Djerbal, Associate Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Queen’s University; David Greaves, Teaching and Learning Enhancement Specialist, University of Saskatchewan; Dr. Stephanie McKeown, Chief Institutional Research Officer, University of British Columbia; Dr. Kosha Bramesfeld, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)
Panel Discussion No.2: Defining Teaching Effectiveness for Course Evaluations and Other Methods of Teaching Assessment
Moderator: Christie Barron, CTSI, University of Toronto. Panelists: Dr. Sonya Buffone; Kathy Becker; Dr. David DeVidi, University of Waterloo
Explorance Presentation: Amplifying the Voice of the Student with AI
Presenter: Samer Saab, Founder and CEO of Explorance
Day Two Presentations
Podium Sessions: Qualitative Analysis
Session 1: A Qualitative Analysis of Open-Ended Comments in Student Course Perception Surveys: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Presenters: Dr. Sonya Buffone & Kathy Becker, University of Waterloo
Session 2: Leveraging data science to analyze and interpret qualitative data from student evaluations of teaching. Presenters: Kevin Hong, Dr. Caroline Junkins, Dr. Pratheepa Jeganathan, Dr. Sharonna Greenberg & Dr. Amanda Kelly Ferguson, McMaster University
Session 3: Mapping course sentiments to instructional elements to gain a nuanced understanding of student feedback. Presenter: Arman Edalatmand, McMaster University
Workshop No. 1: Leverage Design Thinking Methods to Up Your Game in Visualizing Course Evaluation Data
Presenters: Dr. Yuxin Tu & Dr. Alan Fleck, CTSI, University of Toronto
Featured Podium Session No.2 More Than ‘Just Another Dashboard’
Presenter: Dean Langan, Sheridan College
Workshop No.2: Making Sense of Student Feedback: Metrics for a more Meaningful Interrogation of SEI Data
Presenters: Dr. Abdel Azim Zumrawi, Alison Wong, Tizitash Mohammed, & Dr. Stephanie McKeown, University of British Columbia
Featured Podium No.3: Highlighting the Student Voice: Co-developing & Piloting Research Protocols to Explore Student Perspectives and Experiences with Course Evaluations
Presenters: Dr. Cora McCloy, Selina Mae Quibrantar, Michele Hutrya, & Jasmine Pham, CTSI, University of Toronto
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