This course addresses the theory and practice of teaching and learning in blended and fully online learning environments in both synchronous and asynchronous formats. This course will cover topics such as pedagogical frameworks, instructional design, virtual learning communities, and technologies to support online teaching, and approaches to online assessment. It will investigate how to deal with changing technological environments that mediate the delivery of instruction. This course is taught in an online delivery format. Prerequisites: EDU 210 or equivalent.
This course is concerned with aspects of human learning, cognition, and the practical application of these theories and methods within education.
Prerequisite: EDPY 510 or equivalent.
Investigation of the nature and use of evidence and models of scientific inquiry as they apply to theory and research in leadership. Students will work in teams to conduct an interdisciplinary leadership project that involves designing an innovative solution to a collectively identified problem. Prerequisite: INT D 301. Counts toward the Certificate in Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies offered by the Peter Lougheed Leadership College. [Faculty of Science]