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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​SoTL C​​onference​

​​This conference aims to address all aspects of teaching and learning at SU in an open, supportive and intellectually stimulating atmosphere. 

It provides a platform where academics can:

  • share best practices, research findings and innovative ideas about teaching and learning;
  • reflect on and debate about teaching and learning methods, trends and goals within the current context; and
  • celebrate teaching and learning.

This is an in-house conference offered to Stellenbosch University staff.

2020 SoTL winners

Best Research-based paper
 The l​ate ​Dr Alwyn Louw and Dr Tiana Schultz​​​

Title: Strategies to teach graduate attributes – a scoping review​​​​​


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Best practice-based paper
 Ms Gretha Steenkamp and Mr Alwyn Visser

Title: Class recordings in a post-graduate financial accounting course: Student perceptions​

Best reflection-based paper​
 Ms AMS Schmutz, Dr Alison Lupton-Smith and Dr Marianne Unger

Title: ​Unintended benefits of an e-block toward clinical competence in physiotherapy

Delegate's Choice
 Dr Anita Jonker​​

Title: ​Institutional obstacles to authentic transformation at Stellenbosch University

Best PREDAC Poster
 Dr Marlon le ​​​Roux & Dr Ethel Phiri

Title: ​Twenty-first-century learning: Keeping up with Gen Z

Previous SoTL winners

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Best research-based paper
 Mouton, M. & ​​Rootman-Le Grange, I.​

Title: Craig Who? Developing Students’ Scientific Discourse through Collaborative Pedagogy ​


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Best practice-based paper
 Southey, P.

Title: Blended, Interactive Learning and The Ratio Table​


Delegate's choice
 Nel, M.

Title: A Prison-University Educational Partnership: Rehumanising Learning through Collaborative Course Design

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 Barnard, M., Adams, S.
      & du Preez, R

Title: Gamification For the Win!... or not? Evaluating Student Perceptions​

 Essop, F

Title: Unique ways to enhance critical thinking in Physiology undergraduate classes

 Southey, P

Title: Concepts in context




2017
 McKay, M

Title: Inhabiting a more ambiguous self : Using discomfort to explore issues of social justice​​                                   




2016
 Van Schalkwyk, S.; Blitz, J.; Conradie, H.; Fish, T.; Kok, N.; Van Heerden, B.; De Villiers, M.;

Title: Towards an evidence-based framework for clinical training on a rural platform: The outcome of a five-year longitudinal mixed methods study

2015
 Plastow, N.; Van Niekerk, L.; De Klerk, S.; Bester, J.; Vlok, B.; Jacobs Nzuzi Kuabi, L.; Cloete, L.; Fredericks, J.; Coetzee, Z.; Sheik Ismail A

Title: Embedding Graduate Attributes into Curriculum Development in the First Year of an Occupational Therapy Program

2014
 Bernard, T

Title: Using CBI, SFL and CEAP to integrate content and language learning in a higher education context​

2012
 Nieuwoudt, L

Title: Economics' adventure into the land of collaborative, problem based learning...Part 1


2011
 Lutz, M

Title: Using Cell Phones and Peer Instruction to enhance Unverstanding and Learning of Chemistry in Large Firty-year classes​​​

2010
 Dempers, J.; Janse van Rensburg, M.; Verster, J.; Bezuidenhout, J

Title: "Hey Trantino, show me your pituitary!"​​​​

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