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Wednesday, June 22 • 14:45 - 15:35
CON03.01 - Preparing a 3M National Teaching Fellowship Nomination: Advice from Three Perspectives

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Compiling teaching dossiers of any kind is a challenging task, and the 50-page nomination dossier for the 3M National Teaching Fellowships can appear especially daunting, particularly in its emphasis on both excellence in teaching and in educational leadership. As well, 2017 will be the first year that the Fellowship is open to all instructors at the post-secondary level in Canada, so you may have questions about nominating those from the college sector. In this panel session, three veterans of the 3M National Teaching Fellowship selection committee – the Coordinator of the program, the Chair of the Educational Developers’ Caucus, and the chair of the Standing Committee for College Advocacy within STLHE -- will offer their suggestions for prospective nominators or nominees. Among other things, we will look at clarifying and developing the educational leadership section, at identifying what is extraordinary in the nominee’s teaching, and at making the best use of the page count. After participants have the chance to formulate questions in small groups, each panelist will offer three suggestions, and the rest of the time will be devoted to responding to group or individual questions.

Presenters
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Debra Dawson

Director, Western University
Debra Dawson, Chair of the Educational Developers Caucus, is the Director of both the Teaching Support Centre and the Centre for Research on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education at Western University in London, Canada. Her primary interests include enhancing student engagement, graduate student development, and competencies of educational developers.
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Tim Loblaw

Coordinator, Teaching & Learning Enhancement, Bow Valley College
Tim Loblaw, Coordinator, Teaching & Learning Enhancement at Bow Valley College, brings expertise in educational development, which includes 18 years' experience in facilitation, instructional strategies and curriculum design. Tim is also the chair of the Standing Committee for College Advocacy within STLHE, and treasurer of the Educational Developers Caucus.
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Shannon Murray

University of Prince Edward Island
Shannon Murray is a professor of Renaissance Literature at UPEI, a 3M National Teaching Fellow (2001), and the Coordinator of the 3M NTF. For the past 15 years, she has facilitated the Faculty Development Summer Institute on Active Learning. |


Wednesday June 22, 2016 14:45 - 15:35
UCC 37

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