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Event Description

On July 4th and 5th this year, ETS will be hosting its fifth TEC Expo event in the Scarfe building foyer at 2125 Main Mall. The Technology Enhanced Classroom (TEC) Expo is an annual event designed to showcase and celebrate creative and innovative uses of technology in face-to-face, blended, and online classrooms within the Faculty of Education.

Event Information


Date: July 4th and 5th, 2018
Location: Scarfe foyer
Time: 12:00 – 1:30pm
Registration: not required. The event is free.

Need Help?

For more information, please contact the ETS office at ets.educ@ubc.ca or by phone at 604 822 6333.



Opening Remarks

Ali Abdi Bio Photo

Dr. Ali Abdi

Department Head
Department of Educational Studies (EDST)


Presenter Information July 4

More presenters coming soon!


Seeing Fast and Slow: Engaging Students in Science Through Slow Motion Videos

Marina Milner-Bolotin Bio

Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin
Co-Presenter: Valery Milner

How to use slow-motion videos to promote science learning and engage STEM students in inquiry-based learning. Slow motion videos allow students to take full advantage of technology to pay attention to details that would be unnoticeable otherwise.


Video Conferencing in Canvas Using Collaborate Ultra in PCOH 1306A

Dr. Tom Sork Bio

Dr. Tom Sork

Lessons learned using Collaborate Ultra for “live” interactive video sessions to supplement asynchronous sessions in Canvas.


Softron Answer Forms – Your Tests, Our Software, Better Assessment!

Ash Misquith Bio

Ash Misquith

See the benefits of Softron answer forms – the first online replacement for Scantron forms. Attendees will receive free access to Softron.


Online Capstone Projects: A Remote Experience

Dr. Mari Pighini Bio

Dr. Mari Pighini

Shared experiences and steps ECE MED students and I have followed from proposal to online capstone project completion.


Evolving Education: An Exploration of Virtual and Augmented Reality

Sabrina Ge Bio

Sabrina Ge
Co-Presenter: Kevin Yang

The Emerging Media Lab provides a collaborative space for UBC faculty, students and staff to explore emerging technologies. Come experience Geography’s virtual tour of Stanley Park and Medicine’s HoloBrain, and find out how you can use these technologies your teaching and learning.


Introduction to Various Cloud Teaching Apps

Austin Uzama Bio

Dr. Austin Uzama

An introduction to various teaching cloud apps that can be used from Kindergarten to post-secondary teaching.


Giving it a Human Touch: Use of Audio and Video Recording in Online Teaching

Hongxia Shan Bio

Dr. Hongxia Shan

I share some of my experiences (trial and errors) using audio and video recording as a way to humanize social interactions in online teaching.


Search, Cite, Strategize: Education Library Research Tutorials

Nick Ubels Bio

Nick Ubels

The Education Library’s new video tutorials support independent learning about information literacy and enhance academic research skills.


Discover the Features of the micro:bit and How to Use It

Cédric Lejeune Bio

Cédric Lejeune

Discover the features of the micro:bit and how to use it in the classroom through hands-on examples.


Opening Remarks

Susan Crichton Bio Photo

Dr. Susan Crichton

Associate Dean
Faculty of Education
UBC Okanagan


Presenter Information July 5

More presenters coming soon!

Seeing Fast and Slow: Engaging Students in Science Through Slow Motion Videos

Marina Milner-Bolotin Bio

Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin

Co-Presenter: Valery Milner

How to use slow-motion videos to promote science learning and engage STEM students in inquiry-based learning. Slow motion videos allow students to take full advantage of technology to pay attention to details that would be unnoticeable otherwise.


Softron Answer Forms – Your Tests, Our Software, Better Assessment!

Ash Misquith Bio

Ash Misquith

See the benefits of Softron answer forms – the first online replacement for Scantron forms. Attendees will receive free access to Softron.


Using Threadz to Visualize and Understand Learner Engagement in Canvas

Dr. Leah Macfadyen

Dr. Leah Macfadyen

When implemented in Canvas, the Threadz tool uses social network analysis to visualize and analyze learner engagement in course discussions.


From Lecture to Studio: An Integrated Approach to Teaching First Year Physics

Dr. Kathleen Foote

Dr. Kathleen Foote

An explanation of the design principles, pedagogy and activities that emerged from University of Auckland’s radical switch to student-centered teaching in a redesigned classroom space.


The Use of Padlet as a Forum for Discussing Theoretical Texts in the English Language Classroom

Carla Figuerdo Bio

Carla Figuerdo

This presentation aims to discuss how feasible Padlet can be as an technological tool for second language education at the university context.


Evolving Education: An Exploration of Virtual and Augmented Reality

Sabrina Ge Bio

Sabrina Ge
Co-Presenter: Kevin Yang

The Emerging Media Lab provides a collaborative space for UBC faculty, students and staff to explore emerging technologies. Come experience Geography’s virtual tour of Stanley Park and Medicine’s HoloBrain, and find out how you can use these technologies your teaching and learning.


Scarfe Sandbox EdTech Library

Mary Kostandy Bio

Mary Kostandy

Scarfe Sandbox EdTech library builds on conversations with students and instructors and research into recent trends to gather the most prominent EdTech tools.


Facilitating Peer Learning Through Comparisons in Your Classroom: A Guide to UBCs ComPAIR Software

James Charbonneau Bio

Dr. James Charbonneau
Co-Presenters: Tiffany Potter, Letitia Englund, Pan Luo, Andrew Gardener

ComPAIR is UBC’s new peer evaluation software that facilitates learning through comparisons. Come see how you can use it in your classroom!


Building Community Around Online Courses and Programs – A Case Study from the MET Social Lab

Erica Hargreave Bio

Erica Hargreave

Community is essential for student growth. Explore how community can be fostered in an online program to promote collaboration and belonging.


TGFU – Teaching Games For Understanding

Marcelo Paz Bio

Marcelo Paz

How to use Kahoot! to make learning awesome!
Kahoot is a game-based and trivia platform used in classrooms, offices and social settings. Sign up to create, play and share engaging quizzes on any topic!


Discover the Features of the micro:bit and How to Use It

Cédric Lejeune Bio

Cédric Lejeune

Discover the features of the micro:bit and how to use it in the classroom through hands-on examples.