The annual conference of ISSOTL (International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning) was this year hosted in Bergen from October 24-27. bioCEED contributed with 11 presentations in the sessions with papers, concurrent workshops and posters. The full list of bioCEED contributions and authors is found below with links to the abstract in conference book.
Our student representatives Mari Vold Bjordal, Endre Lygre, Margot Nyeggen and Sondre Olai Spjeld gave the workshop Challenges and Benefits in Involving Students as Partners to Improve Teaching and Learning Culture. We congratulate them on giving their first workshop at an international conference!
- Faculty and Student Perceptions of Course-Based Research Experiences at 78 Degrees North – Cotner, Dahl, Stübner, Eidesen
- Building the Research Teaching Nexus in Ecology: Three Courses to Get There – Fiksen, Eliassen, Varpe
- Towards a New Conceptualization of Field Excursion Learning – Hole, Dahl, Eidesen
- How Mobile Learning can Support Student Motivation and Achievement – Jeno, Adachi, Grytnes, Vandvik, Deci
- A Self‐Determination Theory Approach to Understanding the Motivational Dynamics of Team‐Based Learning – Jeno, Raaheim, Kristensen, Kristensen, Haugland, Mæland
- Auditorium Activites in Biology Education – Nylehn, Lea
- Students create video tutorials for their peers in discipline oriented classes: Implementation guide – Simonelli, Soulé, Velle, Eliassen, Vandvik
- A Culturally Competent Course‐Based Research Experience (CRE) for Graduate Students – Cotner, Patrick, Halbritter Reichsteiner, Engquist, Vandvik
- Developing Learning Culture through Field Work – Effect of Group‐Work Organization – Eidesen, Dahl
- bioST@TS, a Learning Platform for Statistical Analysis and Management of Biological Data – Soulé, Varpe, Eliassen
Chantal Levesque-Bristol and her team from Purdue University, was joined by bioCEED’s Lucas Jeno to facilitate the pre-conference workshop Using self-determination theory (SDT) to inform professional development, understand why active learning works, and foster the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).
In the opening keynote How Norway went SoTL by Helen Bråten with friends, bioCEED students Ragnhild Gya, Mari Vold Bjordal and Sondre Olai Spjeld acted out a skit on active learning – giving voice to the students in a clear and humorous way.