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HBHL Symposium 2020

6May2020
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7May2020

The Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives Symposium is designed to spark new ideas, collaboration, and innovation in neuroscience not just at McGill, but across the country and internationally.

International Conference Knowledge Translation in Rehabilitation 2020

1Jun202008:30
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2Jun202017:00

This year, the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy is proud to host an International conference in Knowledge Translation in Rehabilitation in Montreal, Quebec.Le Centre Mont-Royal, 2200...

POLITICAL NETWORKS: RELATIONAL THINKING, HANNAH ARENDT, AND SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS

21Feb202014:00
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16:00

Research Group on Global Justice presents talk by XAVIER BÉRIAULT "POLITICAL NETWORKS: RELATIONAL THINKING, HANNAH ARENDT, AND SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS"

New Asia and the Limits of Third World Internationalism, 1945-1965

21Feb202014:00
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16:00

Research group on Transitions and Global Modernities Talk by Cindy Ewing Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Toronto

Feedback Strategies: Engaging Students In Dialogue

18Feb202014:00
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16:30

Providing feedback to students on their writing assignments can be a complex and time-consuming task. It can also be frustrating in that students don’t necessarily pay attention to feedback.

Brown Bag Session: Using Peer Assessment in Your Courses (February 20, 2020 @ 12:15pm)

20Feb202012:15
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13:30

Looking for ideas about how students can provide feedback to one another to help improve their work?

The Lunch Spot (TLS): Let's talk teaching (Winter 2020)

31Jan202012:00
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13:30

Would you like to share a teaching idea with colleagues? Interested in hearing what other instructors are doing across the University to engage their students in learning?McLennan Library Building,...

Getting Started with myCourses (January 16, 2020 @ 2:30 pm)

16Jan202014:30
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16:00

This workshop will familiarize you with some of the basic tools in myCourses so you can use them in the upcoming semester.

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