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Monday, November 6 • 11:10 - 12:00
Connecting Scholarly Inquiry and Community of Practice: Three Approaches

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Why and how do we pursue answers to puzzling pedagogical questions within a community of practice?

This session looks at three approaches to collaborative scholarly inquiry as alternatives to the research pursuits of the isolated individual faculty member. Within these approaches, commonalities include creating space for examining pedagogical questions together, with colleagues taking the role of critical friends, providing “alternative understanding and knowledge that will lead to deeper reflection on actions and inquiry into experience” (Pellerin, 2011).

Come learn about three approaches of collaborative scholarly inquiry and hear firsthand anecdotes of the challenges and opportunities of implementing these approaches from three different BC PSE institutions.

Speakers
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Karen Densky

Associate Teaching Professor/TESL Coordinator Faculty of Education and Social Work, Thompson Rivers University
Karen Densky holds a PhD in Education in Curriculum Theory and Implementation (Simon Fraser University) and an MA in Education in Curriculum and Instruction (Simon Fraser University). Her teaching areas are in English language and teacher education. Karen’s research areas include... Read More →
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Carrie Nolan

Dean of Learning Transformation, Northwest Community College
Having been recognized for being a Kickass Canadian (https://kickasscanadians.ca/carrie-nolan/), Carrie has a background in educational foundations (PhD University of New Hampshire) and experiential education (M.Sc. Minnesota State) and paddling, as she was part of the first female... Read More →


Monday November 6, 2017 11:10 - 12:00 PST
Segal Room 1430