Ken Steele has spent the past decade monitoring developments in higher education pedagogy with a great deal of interest, and can present an overview with intriguing examples of work-integrated learning, active learning, adaptive learning software, intelligent textbooks, simulations, game-based learning environments, and much more. Although every presentation, workshop or retreat is customized to your audience and institution, Ken has several existing presentations focused on teaching and learning, including:
“Informative, thought-provoking, and relevant are three words that describe Ken Steele’s recent presentation at UPEI. His talk brought approximately 100 members of our university community together to consider the latest trends affecting the role of teachers and models of undergraduate teaching and learning. The presentation was followed by a workshop on the same topic… a great way to open the discussion on a variety of issues as we embark on an academic planning exercise at UPEI.”
Christian Lacroix, Interim VP Academic, UPEI
I can’t thank you enough for the wonderful day that you spent with our faculty and staff. I can’t believe how hard we worked you, and how much we packed it. You were such a trooper! I have had wonderful feedback on your presentation and visits.
Catherine Mateer, AVP Academic Planning, University of Victoria
For a sense of Ken’s approach, here’s a recent 10K looking at classroom technology:
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