Author profile: Jan Lüdert and Katriona Stewart

Jan LüdertPhD, is a scholar alumnus of the Liu Institute for Global Issues, an interdisciplinary research hub for emerging global issues at UBC, and a recipient of the prestigious UBC Killam Teaching Award. He is currently assistant professor  at City University of Seattle. Jan is a founding member of Ilkmade, a social network site for political science scholars, journalists and practitioners. He is deeply involved in innovating teaching and learning approaches in the social sciences and humanities.

Katriona Stewart received her MA in Political Science from the University of British Columbia, and has a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from Otago University, New Zealand. She is passionate about innovative and progressive pedagogical practices, and currently works in educational program management at UBC Extended Learning.

Nurturing Cognitive and Affective Empathy: The Benefits of Perspective-Taking

Nurturing Cognitive and Affective Empathy: The Benefits of Perspective-Taking

Course intention and design must balance cognitive learning with affective learning, while also incorporating psychomotor learning through engaging class activities.

Structuring a Mixed-Methods Course

Structuring a Mixed-Methods Course

With some fine-tuning, the mixed-method model has the potential to be an effective and economical teaching approach.

Fostering Inclusion in a Diverse Classroom

Fostering Inclusion in a Diverse Classroom

Teaching students from a range of nationalities and cultures results can be rich and rewarding, yet it is not without difficulties.

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