Récipiendaires des prix 2017

Le RCIÉ a le vif plaisir de remercier les récipiendaires suivants des Prix d’excellence 2017 et des Prix du mérite dans les catégories suivantes.

Le Prix Excellence et innovation dans l’intégration de la technologie

Ce prix souligne un travail novateur portant sur l’intégration efficace d’une technologie nouvelle ou déjà existante dans un contexte d’apprentissage.

Lauréat : Contextes d’apprentissage non formels

  • Ryerson’s Law Practice Program (LPP): Partnering to Creatively and Intentionally Leverage Conventional Tech for Changing Times
    • Gina Alexandris, Senior Program Director; et Chris Bentley, Executive Director Law Practice Program, Ryerson University

Lauréat : Éducation supérieure

  • 21st Century Cognitive Apprenticeship: An Interactive Digital Textbook to Teach Dentistry Students from Classroom to Clinic
    • Dr. Tyler V. Verhaeghe, Assistant Professor, School of Dentistry et Dr. Kari Rasmussen, Lead Educational Researcher, Educational Research and Scholarship Centre, University of Alberta

Prix de mérite : Éducation supérieure

  • Creating a Customized Animated Educational Video to Effectively Teach the Equity-Conflict Problem
    • Dr. Gerald Galway, Associate Director, Education Faculty (Content Author), Lisa St. Croix, Senior Instructional Designer, Cathy Wicks, Assistant to Instructional Designer, John Bonnell, Video Producer et Jamie Chang, Multi-media Specialist, Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Enterprise Classroom Control System Architecture
    • Halton Dalzell, Roger King, Kevin McDonough, Dave Kell, Classroom Technology and Services, University of New Brunswick
  • Keeping Fitness and Wellness Current Through Social Media
    • Dr. Linda Rohr, Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies, School of Human Kinetics and Recreation, Dr. Jane Costello, Senior Instructional Designer et Mr. Thomas Hawkins, Manager, Technical Systems, Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, Memorial University

Prix Excellence et innovation dans la conception pédagogique

Ce prix souligne un travail novateur portant sur l’application efficace de principes en matière de conception pédagogique visant à offrir une expérience d’apprentissage intéressante.

Lauréat :

  • Active Case Based Learning in Oral Pathology: The confluence of multiple teaching and learning techniques
    • Dr. Seema Ganatra, DDS, MSD, FRCD(C), Diplomate ABOMP, Clinical Professor, Division of Oral Medicine, Pathology and Radiology, Patrick von Hauff, Academic Technology Specialist, Office of Education, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry et Dr. Kari Rasmussen, Lead Educational Researcher, Educational Research and Scholarship Centre, University of Alberta

Prix de mérite :

  • Music 1101: Introduction to Music Theory 1
    • David Macdonald, Content Author and Sessional Instructor, et Moira Morrison, Manager, Instructional Designers, Centre for Academic Excellence, Laurentian University

 

 

Prix des revues :

La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie / Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology (CJLT)

Enseigner les compétences pour l’environnement en ligne/ Teaching Competencies for the Online EnvironmentVol. 42(3),
Heather Marie Farmer, Jennifer Ramsdale

La Revue internationale de l’apprentissage en ligne et de l’enseignement à distance / International Journal of E-learning & Distance Education (IJEDE)

Strengthening Deeper Learning through Virtual Teams in E-learning: A Synthesis of Determinants and Best Practices Vol. 32(2)
Dr. Joyline Makani, Dr. Martine Durier-Copp, Dr. Deborah Kiceniuk, et Dr. Alieda Blandford