Centre for Teaching, Learning & Innovation
CTLI is the Teaching, Leaning and Innovation Centre at the Justice Institute of British Columbia. CTLI adopts a flexible, team-based approach to program, course, resource, and faculty development for both internal JIBC programs and specialized contract or client interfacing training and education projects. Since most of our projects require the use of educational technology, CTLI has evolved into and is recognized as a highly knowledgeable innovator of educational technologies in support of teaching and learning.
Specifically, this expertise is centered around the following:
- Simulations and scenario-based learning including a JIBC developed simulation platform (Praxis)
- Mobile learning, especially for on-the-job training contexts
- Emerging technologies including short form video tools, animation tools, social media, Wordpress
Florence Daddey - Program Manager, Sessional Faculty
Krista Lambert - Instructional Designer
Helen Lee - Instructional Designer
Naz Maghsoudi - Coordinator, Student and Faculty Development
Melanie Meyers - Instructional Designer
Tannis Morgan - Associate Dean, Centre for Teaching, Learning & Innovation
Robert Walker - Simulations Specialist
Dennis Yip - Senior Web Specialist
What We Do
We collaborate with our faculty, administrators, and staff to promote the highest quality learning experiences for JIBC students.
CTLI is built upon an understanding of a relationship between the student, the instructor, the institution and its connection to the workplace and the community.
The vision for CTLI at JIBC is guided by five goals:
- Diverse and Flexible Learning Experience
- Student Support
- Faculty Development
Our Services include:
- Design or redesign a course using new technologies to enhance student learning.
- Develop course outline, course plan and blueprint detailing content and lesson specification
- Consider strategies for engaging students in an online class environment.
- Clarify the overall aims for your program.
- Plan your program to enhance student learning.
- Design an evaluation of your program.
- Provide technical support for delivery and maintenance of online courses
- Provide support and training for the use of educational technology tools in face to face classes
- Deliver workshops to introduce new educational trends
- Deliver customized training online or face to face on the use of eLearning tools
For more information on training and support go to our Training and Support Page.
- Create templates for online courses
- Create Courses on JIBC’s LMS system (Blackboard)
- Design and create brochures and Posters
- Design and develop open courses on open source tools such as Wordpress
- Design and develop educational apps for mobile devices
- Create interactive learning objects and activities by using Storyline, Camtasia, Question Mark and Powtoons.
Praxis is an online, team-based learning system that focuses on decision-making simulations. It moves beyond traditional "click-through", role playing, and tabletop exercises by providing an immersive environment that emphasizes collaboration, information sharing and immediate feedback, all of which lead to better training results.
- Design scenarios
- Deliver scenarios anytime anywhere
- Create immersive experience for users
- Bring critical incidents to life
- Develop the skills to manage the complexities and stress of a critical incident or major event
- Refines critical incident decision-making skills; and
- Assists in the development of strong, highly functioning individuals and teams
For more information on simulation go to Simulation at JIBC.
Last updated May 13, 2016