Resources

Resources

Works cited and consulted for the Facilitator Guide by section, and related resources

Initiate

Brown, N., & Leigh, J. (2020). Ableism in academia : theorising experiences of disabilities and chronic illnesses in higher education. London : UCL Press. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/1198373760 

CAST. (n.d.). “About Universal Design for Learning”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.cast.org/impact/universal-design-for-learning-udl 

Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, Iowa State University. (n.d.). “Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy”. Web Link. Retrieved from: http://www.celt.iastate.edu/teaching/effective-teaching-practices/revised-blooms-taxonomy

Menard, C. (2019). “PowerPoint: use live Subtitles in your presentation”. YouTube: Chris Menard. Retrieved from: https://youtu.be/3glVapywOEA 

Microsoft. (n.d.). “Get your document’s readability and level statistics”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/get-your-document-s-readability-and-level-statistics-85b4969e-e80a-4777-8dd3-f7fc3c8b3fd2?ui=en-us&rs=en-us&ad=us

Microsoft. (2020). “How to turn on live captions in Microsoft Teams”. YouTube: Microsoft Education. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/yJzD6v7OrZw

Microsoft. (2020). “How to use Office 365 Accessibility Checker”. YouTube: Microsoft Helps. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/0sC_JVgCtJU

Morin, A. (n.d). “What is Universal Design for Learning (UDL)?”. Web Link. Retrieved from https://www.understood.org/en/articles/universal-design-for-learning-what-it-is-and-how-it-works

National Educational Association of Disabled Students. (2018). “Landscape of Accessibility and Accommodation in Post-Secondary Education for Students with Disabilities”. Web Link. Retrieved from https://www.neads.ca/en/about/media/AccessibilityandAccommodation%202018-5landscapereport.pdf

National Educational Association of Disabled Students. (n.d.). “Success in STEM; Accessibility in the Classroom”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.neads.ca/en/about/projects/stem/stem_Classroom.php

Nelson, L.L. (2014). Design and deliver : planning and teaching using universal design for learning. Baltimore, Maryland : Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. Available at McGill: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/868069382

Novak, K. (2021). “What is UDL”. YouTube Video. YouTube: Novak Educational Consulting. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYN-qrKIIYI 

Oakland University. (2014). “Engagement: Universal Design for Learning Principle”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.oakland.edu/Assets/Oakland/cetl/files-and-documents/QuickNotes/UDL_EngagementQNFeb9.pdf 

Ravenhall, A. (2018). “Inclusive Design for Accessible Presentations” . Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2018/11/inclusive-design-accessible-presentations/

Regier, C. (2021). “How to use closed captions, transcripts and subtitles in Zoom meeting”. YouTube: Patricia Regier. Retrieved from: https://youtu.be/6TN08OcUTEY

Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University. (n.d.) “Learning with Zoom”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.mcgill.ca/tls/students/learning-resources/learning-zoom

The University of Texas at Austin Wiki. (2014). “TA Skills for Managing Discussion—Planning". Web Link. Retrieved March 2018 from the UTA Wiki: https://wikis.utexas.edu/display/TAwiki/Planning?preview=/35567662/42205614/discussion%20section%20planning%20worksheet.pdf

The University of Queensland. (n.d). “Learning Outcomes". Web Link. Retrieved from: https://itali.uq.edu.au/files/3035/Resources-teaching-methods-learning-outcomes.pdf

University of British Columbia. (2016). “Mini-lessons Basics/BOPPPS Model for Planning Lessons (Teaching and Learning)”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:Mini-Lessons_Basics_-_BOPPPS_Model_for_Planning_Lessons

University of Pittsburgh. (n.d.) “TA Handbook: The Teaching Assistant Experience”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://teaching.pitt.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/TA-Handbook.pdf

Plan

Ali, Amy. (2011). “Classroom Management Techniques”. Crisis Prevention Institute. Blog. Retrieved from: https://www.crisisprevention.com/Blog/June-2011/Classroom-Management-Techniques

Barkley, E.F., et al. (2005). Collaborative Learning Techniques: A Handbook for College Faculty. San Francisco: John Wiley and Sons. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/884571147

Brookfield, S.D, and Preskill, S.(2005). Discussion as a Way of Teaching: Tools and Techniques for Democratic Classrooms. San Francisco: Jossey Bass. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/58789081

Bowman, S. L. (1997). Presenting with Pizzazz: Terrific Tips for Topnotch Trainers. Glenbrook, Nev: Bowperson Pub. Print.

Bowman, S. L. (2003).  How to Give It So They Get It: A Flight Plan for Teaching Anyone Anything and Making It Stick. Glenbrook, Nev: Bowperson Pub. Print.

Bowman, S. L. (2003). Preventing Death by Lecture!: Terrific Tips for Turning Listeners into Learners. Glenbrook, Nev: Bowperson Pub. Print.

Bozarth, J. (2008). From Analysis to Evaluation: Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Trainers. New York: Wiley. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/228416452

Butterworth, J. & Malz, J. (2016). Workshop facilitation skills [Power Point slides].

Canadian Association of University Teachers. (n.d.) “Guide to Acknowledging First Peoples & Traditional Territory”. Web page. Retrieved from: https://www.caut.ca/content/guide-acknowledging-first-peoples-traditional-territory 

Cashin, W. E. (2011). “Effective Classroom Discussions”. Idea Paper, Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.ideaedu.org/Portals/0/Uploads/Documents/IDEA%20Papers/IDEA%20Papers/IDEA_Paper_49.pdf

Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University. (n.d.). “Difficult Dialogues”. Web Link. Retrieved
from: https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/difficult-dialogues/

Facing History and Ourselves. (n.d). “Teaching Strategies”. Web Link. Retrieved from:
https://www.facinghistory.org/resource-library/teaching-strategies/3-2-1

Faculty of Arts, McGill University. (2018). “Building Connections in the Classroom – A Toolkit for Instructors in the Faculty of Arts”. Web page. Retrieved from https://www.mcgill.ca/tls/files/tls/arts_toolkit_-_version_2_3.pdf 

Felder, R. and Brent, R. (n.d.). “Active Learning: An Introduction”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.engr.ncsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/drive/1XaOo9WCKcMq6-fTcQGidOT2SDGqg70l5/2009-ALpaper(ASQ).pdf

First People’s House, McGill University. (n.d.). “Territorial Acknowledgement” Web page. Retrieved from https://www.mcgill.ca/fph/welcome/traditional-territory

Harappa Learning Private Limited. (2022). “The Ladder of Inference: A Four-Step Approach”.  Blog post. Retrieved from https://harappa.education/harappa-diaries/ladder-of-inference/

Indigenous Initiatives, McGill University. (n.d.). “Learn about the Land and Peoples of Tiohtià:ke/ Montreal”. Web Page. Retrieved from https://www.mcgill.ca/indigenous/land-and-peoples/learn-about-land-and-peoples-tiohtiake-montreal 

Kanien'kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa, Language & Cultural Center, “Personal Communication”. March, 25, 2015.

Liberating Structures. (n.d.). Web page. Retrieved from https://www.liberatingstructures.com/ls-menu/

Lucas, R.W. (2009). Training Workshop Essentials: Designing, Developing, and Delivering Learning Events that Get Results. New York: Pfeiffer. Print.

Native Land Digital. (n.d.). Web page. Retrieved from .https://native-land.ca/

Office of Sustainability, McGill University. (n.d). “McGill Sustainable Events Certification Program: Land Acknowledgement”. Web page. Retrieved from https://www.mcgill.ca/sustainability/files/sustainability/guide_to_land_acknowledgement.pdf

Science Education Resource Centre, Carleton College. (2017). Think-Pair-Share. Starting Point: Teaching Entry Level Geoscience. Web Link. Retrieved from: http://serc.carleton.edu/introgeo/interactive/tpshare.html

Sheridan Centre for Teaching and Learning, Brown University. (n.d.). Interactive Classroom Activities”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.brown.edu/sheridan/teaching-learning-resources/teaching-resources/classroom-practices/active-learning/interactive

Silberman, M. L. (1996). Active Learning: 101 Strategies to Teach Any Subject. Boston : Allyn and Bacon. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/33277288

Stanford University. (n.d.) “Successful breakout rooms in Zoom”. Web page. Retrieved from https://teachingcommons.stanford.edu/news/successful-breakout-rooms-zoom

Tasmanian Institute of Learning & Teaching. (2016). “How to Write ILOs”. Web Link. Retrieved from: http://www.teaching-learning.utas.edu.au/ilo/writing

Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University. (n.d.). “Teaching Resources".Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.mcgill.ca/tls/instructors

The University of Texas at Austin Wiki (UTA). (2014).”Planning Discussion Section Lesson Plan”. Retrieved March 2018 from the UTA Wiki: https://wikis.utexas.edu/display/TAwiki/Planning preview=/35567662/42205614/discussion%20section%20planning%20worksheet.pdf

Teaching and Learning Services (TLS), McGill University. (2018). Building Community in the Classroom: A Toolkit for Instructors in the Faculty of Arts. Montreal: McGill University.

Teaching Support Centre, University of Queensland. (n.d). “BOPPPS Model for Lesson Planning”. Web Link. Retrieved from: http://www.queensu.ca/teachingandlearning/modules/active/18_boppps_model_for_lesson_planning.html

University of British Columbia. (2016). “Mini-lessons Basics/BOPPPS Model for Planning Lessons (Teaching and Learning)”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:Mini-Lessons_Basics_-_BOPPPS_Model_for_Planning_Lessons

University of Pittsburgh. (n.d.). “TA Handbook: The Teaching Assistant Experience”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://teaching.pitt.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/TA-Handbook.pdf

Facilitate

Big Fish Presentations. (2012). “Preparing Presentations: 5 Ways to Practice ‘Til Perfect”. Blog. Retrieved from: http://bigfishpresentations.com/2012/07/20/preparing-presentations-5-ways-to-practice-til-perfect/

Bloomington, Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning, Indiana University. (n.d.). “Managing Difficult Classroom Discussions”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://citl.indiana.edu/teaching-resources/diversity-inclusion/managing-difficult-classroom-discussions/

Bozarth, J. (2008). From Analysis to Evaluation: Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Trainers. New York: Wiley. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/228416452

Brookfield, S., and Preskill, S. (2005). Discussion as a Way of Teaching: Tools and Techniques for Democratic Classrooms. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/58789081

Butterworth, J. & Malz, J. (2016). Workshop facilitation skills [Power Point slides].

Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University. (n.d.). “Difficult Dialogues”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/difficult-dialogues/

Center for Teaching and Learning, Berkeley University of California. (n.d). “Co-Teaching”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://teaching.berkeley.edu/resources/engage/co-teaching

Communication in the Real World: An Introduction to Communication Studies. (2016). “Chapter 7.2 Group Norms”. Pressbooks by University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing edition. Retrieved from https://textbooks.whatcom.edu/duttoncmst101/chapter/group-norms/ 

Conderman, G. (2011). “Methods for Addressing Conflict in Cotaught Classrooms”. Intervention in School and Clinic, 46: 4, 221–229. Journal Article. https://doi/10.1177/1053451210389034

Cook, L., and Friend, M. (1995). “Co-Teaching: Guidelines for Creating Effective Practices”. Focus On Exceptional Children, 28(3). Journal Article. https://doi.org/10.17161/foec.v28i3.6852

Cornell University. (n.d.). “Getting Started with Establishing Ground Rules”. Web link. Retrieved from https://teaching.cornell.edu/resource/getting-started-establishing-ground-rules 

Howard, J. R. (2015). Discussion in the College Classroom: Getting Your Students Engaged and Participating in Person and Online. San Francisco: Wiley. Print. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/907950901 

McRee, M.A and Haber-Curran, P. (2016). “Effective Facilitation Practices in Multi-Day Co-Curricular Leadership Development Programs.” Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 53:3, 331-345. Journal Article.

Philips, D. J. P. (2014). “How to Avoid Death by PowerPoint”. Youtube Video. Youtube: TEDxStockholmSalon Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iwpi1Lm6dFo

Queens University. (n.d.). “Accessible PowerPoint Presentations Checklist”. Web Link. Retrieved from: http://www.queensu.ca/accessibility/how-info/accessible-documents/accessible-powerpoint-presentations-checklist

Razzetti, G. (2020). How to encourage courageous conversations at the workplace. Blog post. Retrieved from https://www.fearlessculture.design/blog-posts/exercises-to-promote-psychological-safety-in-your-organization 

Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University. (n.d.) “Teaching Strategies”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.mcgill.ca/tls/instructors/strategies

Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University. (n.d.). “PowerPoint Presentation Guidelines”. PowerPoint Slides. Retrieved from: https://www.mcgill.ca/skillsets/files/skillsets/powerpointguidelines.pdf

Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University. (n.d.). “Perfecting your Pitch. A SKILLSETS Workshop”. PowerPoint Slides.

The Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University. (n.d). “Inclusive Moves. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://bokcenter.harvard.edu/inclusive-moves

University of California, Berkeley. (n.d.). “Encouraging Participation”. Web page. Retrieved from https://gsi.berkeley.edu/gsi-guide-contents/discussion-intro/participation/  

Reflect

Brookfield, S. (2017). Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers. Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/970636117

Campus Labs, McGill University. (2015). “Assessment Resources”. McGill University Webinar. Retrieved from: http://www.mcgill.ca/involvement/assessment-0/toolkit/resources

Campus Labs, McGill University. (2015). “Assessment 101: The ABCs of Survey Design”. McGill University Webinar. Retrieved from: http://www.mcgill.ca/involvement/assessment-0/toolkit/resources

Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan, (n.d.). “Improving Your Teaching: Obtaining Feedback”. Web Link. Retrieved from: http://www.crlt.umich.edu/gsis/p9_1

Chalmers, D., & Gardiner, D.(2015). “An Evaluation Framework for Identifying the Effectiveness and Impact of Academic Teacher Development Programs”. JSEE Studies in Educational Evaluation, vol. 46. 81-91. Journal Article.

Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1995). “Co-Teaching: Guidelines for Creating Effective Practices”. Focus On Exceptional Children, 28(3). Retrieved from: https://mcgill.on.worldcat.org/oclc/424723695

Kirkpatrick Partners. (2009). “The Kirkpatrick Model”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://www.kirkpatrickpartners.com/Our-Philosophy/The-Kirkpatrick-Model

Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University. (2014). “Recommended Pool of Questions for Courses and Instructors”. Online PDF document. Retrieved from: https://www.mcgill.ca/mercury/files/mercury/recommended_pool_of_questions_2014-final_0.pdf

Teaching and Resource Center, Berkeley University of California. (2016). “Evaluating and Improving Your Teaching”. Online PDF document. Retrieved from: http://gsi.berkeley.edu/media/Evaluating-and-Improving.pdf

Turnbow, D., and Zeidman-Karpinski, A. (2016). “Don't Use a Hammer When You Need a Screwdriver: How to Use the Right Tools to Create Assessment That Matters”. Communications in Information Literacy, 10(2). 143-162. Journal Article. https://doi.org/10.15760/comminfolit.2016.10.2.30

University of British Columbia. (2016). “Mini-lessons Basics/BOPPPS Model for Planning Lessons (Teaching and Learning)”. Web Link. Retrieved from: https://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:Mini-Lessons_Basics_-_BOPPPS_Model_for_Planning_Lessons

Co-Curricular Record

McGill's Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a document that recognizes a student's involvement in learning opportunities outside the classroom.

McGill Sustainable Events

An initiative that provides consultation, training, resources, and certification with regards to the sustainability of McGill events.

 


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