Deborah Day is a faculty member at Acadia University. She is interested in student development in higher education, focusing on critical thinking, resilience and self-authorship.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Technology in Service of Pedagogy: A Constructivist Cycle of Engagement with a Video Collection

An argument is made for an iterative process of development in pedagogically driven technology projects based on constructivist engagement with a video project for teaching.

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Teaching in the Age of Technology: Tensions and Possibilites

Acadia University undertook a three year curriculum-wide initiative to embed the use of technology in the Bachelor of Education programme. This paper focuses on the tensions and possibities that evolved.

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Connecting Student Academic and Personal Development: Service Learning and Academic Credit

This session will explore a theoretical rationale for linking student self-authorship and resilience development with academic development and will highlight possibilities offered through service learning.

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