Creativity involves taking risks; it is essential that academic leaders and faculty seize every opportunity to enhance the student learning experience, from adopting new technologies to experimenting with new learning methods.
Together, let’s reflect on how creativity can be a powerful tool to design and deliver learning experiences that motivate, engage, and evaluate learners. We will look at this from the point of view of the three main parties involved in the process: the learners, the teachers, and the designers.
Come and experience this unique learning event at Excentricité – La Cité’s new immersive technology and entrepreneurship building – to stimulate your creativity and inspire your future practices.
Guy Laflamme specializes in the production and artistic direction of large-scale shows and commemorations, whether in the field of multimedia, the performing arts or the production of national and international events. He was the Executive Director and Producer of Ottawa 2017, the largest cultural program in the history of the City of Ottawa, established to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation.
For 25 years, Mr. Laflamme was a professor of business strategy and marketing in the Management Bachelor's and Executive MBA programs at the University of Ottawa. He has also taught in various MBA programs in many foreign universities such as the University of Bucharest, Romania, the University of Nevada and the Université du Québec en Outaouais.
In 2017, Guy Laflamme was awarded the Order of Ottawa, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Ontario Tourism Association.
Come and experience an immersive, unique and non-traditional experience that will allow you to go beyond the usual techniques in content creation. This keynote will lead you, in an unconventional way, to use the resources around you to embrace creativity and innovation in your professional initiatives.
Don't miss the chance to be inspired and surprised!
Advancing Learning has been the province’s leading educational technology conference since the 1990s. We are proud of fostering an environment where educators (faculty, instructional designers, multimedia and graphic specialists) share their experiences with their colleagues.
Our goal is to advance education in Ontario by learning from practicing educators about topics related to innovative educational technology and learning methods.