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Wednesday, June 22 • 11:15 - 12:15
CON01.01b - 'What Interests You?' Working Together for Authentic Inquiry Learning in Undergraduate Anatomy

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What does it look like when learning is authentic? This research presentation will report upon a study investigating students' experiences of an inquiry-based anatomy curriculum and the exploration of such experiences as authentic in nature. Findings from this study explore how students worked collaboratively to foster inquiry-based learning as centred upon one another's interests and curiosities, and in doing so, how their learning came to both reflect and inform notions of authentic learning. At the outset of this presentation, the research study will be explained and research findings will be summarized. Toward the end of the presentation, broader questions relating to student-centred curricula, authentic learning, and student learning experiences will be posed for discussion such that, by the end of the session, participants will be able to discuss potential implications of authentic and student-centred curricular design.

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Lauren Anstey

eLearning & Curriculum Specialist, Western University
Lauren Anstey is an eLearning and Curriculum Specialist in the Teaching Support Centre at Western University. Her doctoral research (Queen's University, 2016) focused on Authentic Inquiry Learning. She is particularly passionate about alignment in curricular design and the meaningful integration of technologies for student-centred learning.


Wednesday June 22, 2016 11:15 - 12:15
UCC 37

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