PhD candidate, Educational Technology, Concordia University
Nathalie is a doctoral candidate in Educational Technology at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Her research focuses on maker education and the benefits DIY, design, and maker activities have for student development of STEAM concepts and 21st century skills. Nathalie’s doctoral research focuses on developing assessment strategies for maker-centered and design-based pedagogues that enhance teachers’ ability to document student learning while minimizing the negative impact assessment can have on creativity, student motivation, and student risk-taking. Nathalie is also a certified teacher (elementary) and has taught at a variety of levels ranging from kindergarten to university (undergraduate and graduate).
Oct 01, 2020 15:27 pm UTC| Life
This summer, universities around the world planned for an unprecedented back-to-school in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In most universities, centres of teaching and learning are responsible for supporting faculty...