Carolyn Ives

Educational development
Thompson Rivers University, USA

Carolyn Ives (she/her) is the Coordinator, Learning and Faculty Development at the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT), Thompson Rivers University, USA. A former faculty member in English at MacEwan University and in English and Modern Languages at Thompson Rivers University, Carolyn shifted to educational development work approximately 11 years ago, first through her roles as Academic Integrity Officer and then Curriculum Planning and Development Coordinator at MacEwan. She works on and is curious about curricular integration of sustainability, equity, and academic integrity; outcomes creation and assessment; the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL); and Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR). As a Métis and neurodiverse faculty member, she cares deeply about making space for multiple perspectives in learning spaces. Email cives@tru.ca.

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Decolonising Academic Writing through Spoken Word Poetry
Decolonising Academic Writing through Spoken Word Poetry
by Jenna Goddard, Carolyn Ives
This is a great reflective activity to get students thinking about their writing.
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