In these videos, seven faculty members talk about their experiences creating new courses or transforming existing courses and the impact it has had on their teaching and on their students’ experience of the courses. These projects were part of the first round of flexible learning projects funded at UBC.
Matt Yedlin and Allen Sens talk about their new interdisciplinary course, Living with Nuclear Weapons? Arms Control and Verification Technologies (POLI 369T).
Claudia Krebs talks about the benefits of introducing videos to teach neuroanatomy labs. The videos she developed can be viewed here.
Candice Rideout on flexibility of choice and community engagement in her course, Nutrition Education in the Community (FNH 473).
Tamar Milne talks about teaching a flex section of Marketing Management at the Sauder School of Business.