CAFCE 2010, Charlottetown, PEI

"Planting Seeds and Watching Them Grow"

20-23 June, 2010 - Charlottetown PEI
Hosted by: CAFCE Atlantic
Co-chairs: Ernie Doiron and Sonya Horsburgh
Web: http://faculty.msvu.ca/cafce2010/

Thank you!

On behalf of the 2010 CAFCE Conference Committee, thank you so much for attending our conference in PEI.

Congratulations to Lynne Murchie from UBC for being picked from amongst the delegates who participated in the post-conference evaluation contest which ended on June 30. Lynne's prize was a Blackberry donated by RIM.

Ernie & Sonya
Co-Chairs, 2010


Concurrent Sessions:

Presenting at a conference adds to an individual’s professional credential, we thank each of the presenters below for sharing their information. As a thank you to all of the 2010 Presenters, a donation was made to the L.M. Montgomery Land Trustin their honour.

Note: Once you have opened up a link to a powerpoint presentation, you may want to got to view it as a slideshow.

1. Learning Spirals – What the Internship Taught the Co-op Program That Taught the Internship (Presentation not available)
Presenters: Anna Cranston & Ally Howard, Management Career Services, Dalhousie University 

2. Mentorship Rocks: Results of a 3 Year Analysis of a Co-op Mentorship Program (Presentation not available)
Presenters: Kathleen McDowell & Philip Brown, University of Toronto Scarborough

3. The Twitter-patter of Little Tweets: Best Practices when using Social Media as Tools for Student Communication
Presenter: Rachel Armstrong, University of British Columbia

4. Mapping Co-op Instructor Influence on International Students through Curriculum and Communication
Presenter: Sarah Gibson, Thompson Rivers University

5. Building Academic Creditibility in Co-op: The Case for Good Writing Skills in Cover Letters
Presenter: Tanya Behrisch, Business Co-op, Simon Fraser University

6. Uniting Co-operative Education and Career Services - The Challenges of a Newly Blended Family 
Presenter: Karen Reimer, University of Guelph

7. Moments of Truth: An Expert Panel Faces The Toughest Issues For Co-op/Internship Professionals
Presenters: Scott Weighart, Northeastern University; Nancy Johnston, Simon Fraser University; and Anita Todd, University of Cincinnati

8. Engaging Liberal Studies Students in a Required Internship Process
Presenter: Devin Rozansky, Endicott College

9. 1 vs. 100” a Fun and interactive game show that will challenge your knowledge of cultural diversity in a co-op environment
Presenters: Joanne Foxton & June Martin, The Centre for Co-operative Education, Internship and Career Services, Georgian College

10. You’re teaching – but are they learning?  Delivering co-op career services to match learning styles
Presenters: Robert Wooden & Jessica DeCoste, Management Career Services, Dalhousie University

11. Telephone Excellence (Presentation not available)
Presenter: Mary Jane Copps, The Phone Lady
http://www.thephonelady.ca/thanks-to-pei-and-the-why-of-picking-up-the-phone/

12. Online Discussions During Cooperative Education: Merging Theory and Practice
Presenter: Nancy Murray, University of Wisconsin – Stout

13. How Diversity and Anti-Oppression Educators Handle the Challenges of Their Practice
Presenter: Kirsten Somers, Mount Saint Vincent University

14. CAFCE Research Grant (2009) Plenary: Early Findings of Seeing Co-operative Education: A Study of The Lived Experiences of Co-operative Eduction Students as Seen and Understood by Co-op Students and Myself
Researcher: Jeela Jones, University of Ottawa

15. Co-operative Education and Student Engagement, Recruitement and Retention: Exploring Early Findings and Implications for Practice from a Multi-Institutional Study in BC
Presenters: Nancy Johnston, Simon Fraser University and Earl Anderson, BCIT

16. Making the Grade:  Assessing the impact of co-op education on grade point average
Presenters: Larry Iles, Susan Forseille, & Sarah Gibson, Thompson Rivers University

17. CAFCE’S Application for Accreditation Revisited
Presenters: Karen Reimer, University of Guelph; Rocco Fondacaro, University of Waterloo;  & Karen McCargar Wilfrid Laurier University

18. The Growth of an Online Community Developed for Work-integrated Learning Students
Presenter: Anita M. Todd, University of Cincinnati

19. Co-operative Education and Student Engagement, Recruitment and Retention: methods and early findings from a multi-institutional study in BC
Presenters: Nancy Johnston, Simon Fraser University; & Earl Anderson BCIT

20. Co-op for Elective Credit at Your University
Thank you for attending our session at the CAFCE PEI National Conference.  We appreciate the lively discussion and your stories of co-op courses at your schools.  We ran out of time and did not get to address the obstacle question cards that you filled out at the beginning of the session.  I have included these as an attachment, the cards do not represent everyone that were in the room as the break ran a bit long and we hard started when some people were arriving.  As mentioned Shawn and I are available for any questions you have.
Presenter: Shawn Read and Larry Iles, Thompson Rivers University

21. Working with Diversity
Presenter: Sarah Cameron, University of Victoria

22. Growing Competencies Through E-Portfolios
Presenters: Sally Gibson & Michelle Strenkowski, Vancouver Community College

23. Shifiting Positionality in Co-operative Education: A Self-Study of Enabling By-In
Presenter: Jeela Jones, University of Ottawa

24. The Evolution of the Work Term Report
Presenters: Scott Daniels & Sonya Horsburgh, Mount Saint Vincent University


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