TIE Lab at the 2012 annual conference for the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Waterloo, ON.

The TIE lab recently attended the annual conference for the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Waterloo, ON (27-30 May, 2012).

In an invited session, Allyson Hadwin discussed promoting & researching adaptive regulation: Successes, challenges & possibilities

 

Lizz Webster presented the paper “Effects of a Scaffold on Quality of Goals Set by Undergraduate Students” (Webster, Miller, Hadwin, 2012).  –

 

Allyson Hadwin (UVic) and Christina Skorobohacz (Brock) provided a workshop for graduate students on “The Academic CV as a Tool for Program and Career Planning.”

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