Alice MacGillivray "presents" at CNIE


Assocaite Faculty member Alice MacGillivray collaborated with colleagues Sylvia Currie (BC Campus) and Nancy White (Full Circle Associates) to deliver a workshop at the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education conference. This year, the CNIE conference theme was: "Confluences, spaces, places and cultures for innovative learning." Alice's proposal on the value of intellectual estuaries as spaces for powerful learning was accepted. 

When a schedule conflict arose, Alice connected with Sylvia Currie and Nancy White to see if they would facilitate onsite. "We worked with my original workshop design and I provided some short videos for use onsite," said MacGillivray, and the feedback we have had has been excellent. I think we provoked some innovative thinking about instructional design and learning in formal education settings. 

Here is one of the blog posts leading up to the event and the introductory video can be viewed here.

Other short videos described examples of intellectual estuary work at Royal Roads and Fielding Graduate Universities.