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The Paul R. MacPherson Institute invites you to join in conversation and participate in an exchange of teaching know-how hosted by an array of McMaster experts who will share their insights.

Teaching Talks is a series of talks led by instructors from across McMaster campus to discuss strategies, challenges, trends, and practical experience related to teaching. Topics include experiential learning, community engagement, teaching with technology and more! Come enjoy these provocative discussions – learn from colleagues, build connections and share your own ideas.

The talks are open to all students, staff and instructors. Bring your lunch (refreshments will be provided). Seminars are free but registration is required:

Fall and Winter Schedule:

October 4th, 2018 - MacPherson Institute Classroom
Olive Wahoush – “Developing a graduate couse: Seizing the opportunity one example - Refugee Health: Policies and Practice”
Associate Professor
Associate Director, Newcomer Health, Community and International Outreach, Faculty of Health Sciences

November 1st, 2018 - Community Room L304 Mills Memorial Library
Emad Mohammad – “Integrating curriculum in the IBH Program”
Associate Professor, Director of Integrated Business and Humanities Program
DeGroote School of Business

November 29th, 2018 - Community Room L304 Mills Memorial Library
Kaitlin Debicki – “Indigenous Approaches to Teaching”
Post-doctoral Fellow, English & Cultural Studies and Indigenous Studies Program

January 28th, 2019 - Community Room L304 Mills Memorial Library
Robert Fleisig – “Teaching a Human-Centred Approach to Design Engineering”
Associate Professor, W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology

February 25th, 2019 - MacPherson Institute Classroom
Terry Flynn – “Engaging students with interactive classroom technologies: The case for Top Hat”
Associate Professor, Communications, Faculty of Humanities

March 29th, 2019 - MacPherson Institute Classroom
Kate Whalen – “Re-thinking Experential Learning in Today's Academic Context”
School of Geography & Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science

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