ComPAIR open-source is education software that I've been developing with a group of Professors (Tiffany Potter and Mark MacLean) and the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT). It's an implementation of Adapitive Comparative Judgement and does a very simple thing: it allows a student to compare two assignments submitted by their peers and decide which is "better". It's simple, flexible and robust, allowing you to design assignments activities supported by the pedagogical theory that people learn best through direct comparisons.
I am available to give in-person or remote presentations on ComPAIR. I can talk about the pedagogical aspects of the software, give software demonstrations, and present use cases from actual classes using it.
Potter, T., Englund, L., Charbonneau, J., MacLean, M., Newell, J., & Roll, I. (2017). ComPAIR: A New Online Tool Using Adaptive Comparative Judgement to Support Learning with Peer Feedback. Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 5(2), 89-113.
L. Brits and J. Charbonneau, A Constraint-Based Approach to the Chiral Magnetic Effect. Phys. Rev. D 83, 126013 (2011) [PRL] [arXiv:1009.4230]
J. Charbonneau and A. R. Zhitnitsky, Topological Currents in Neutron Stars: Kicks, Precession, Toroidal Fields, and Magnetic Helicity. JCAP08(2010)010. [JCAP] [arXiv:0903.4450]
J. Charbonneau and A. R. Zhitnitsky, A novel mechanism for type I superconductivity in neutron stars. Phys. Rev. C 76, 015801 (2007). [PRL] [arXiv:astro-ph/0701308]
Chris Addison, James Charbonneau, Patrick Dubois (2017). “Using Card Sorting as a Tool to Measure Student Cognition”. BC Campus Symposium 2017: Scholarly Teaching & Learning in Post-Secondary Education (Vancouver, BC). [Provincial Conference]
C. Addison, J. Charbonneau, Patrick Dubois, A novel card sort activity to measure interdisciplinary thinking, 2017, ISSOTL17 Calgary (International)
C. Addison, J. Charbonneau, Assessing interdisciplinary thinking using a novel card sort activity, 2017, Western Conference on Science Education 2017, (International)
J. Charbonneau, A tool that changes the way students learn through peer assessment: The ComPAIR Project at UBC, 2017, Western Conference on Science Education 2017, (International)
J. Charbonneau, Panelist for CTLT Student Peer Assessment: Best Practices and Practical Ideas for Implementation, CTLT Local
J. Charbonneau, L. Englund, P. Luo, T. Potter. The ComPAIR Project: Student Experiences with a New Teaching Technology. CTLT's 2017 Spring Institute. (Local)
J. Charbonneau, L. Englund, P. Luo, T. Potter. UBC’s ComPAIR Project: Studying the student experience as part of the development of a new teaching technology. BCNet Conference 2017 (National).
C. Addison, J. Charbonneau, Patrick Dubois. Assessing Interdisciplinary Thinking Using a Card Sort Activity. 2016 Annual Science Education Open House (Local).
J. Charbonneau, L. Englund, P. Luo, T. Potter. ComPAIR: An innovative student peer assessment and feedback application. 2016 Annual Science Education Open House (Local).
C. Addision, J. Charbonneau, Assessing Interdisciplinary Thinking Using a Card Sort Activity. 2016 Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at Mount Royal University. Oral presentation (2016) International.
J. Charbonneau, M. Schroeder, Changing the Conversation: The Faculty Voice in Tool Development, Deployment, and Evaluation, EDUCAUSE Annual Conference.Oral Presentation (2016) International
C. Addison, F. Moosvi, J. Charbonneau, Developing an instrument to assess student attitudes towards interdisciplinary learning, 251st American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition. San Diego, California. Oral Presentation. (2016)
S. Bates, I. Roll, J. Charbonneau, M. MacLean, T. Potter, Adaptive comparative judgment: a 100-year-old novel take on peer assessment, UBC Science Supper Series. Vancouver, BC. Oral Presentation. (2016) Local
C. Addison, F. Moosvi, J. Charbonneau. InterCLASS: A short interdisciplinary Attitude Survey, WCSE (2015)
C. Addison, F. Moosvi, J. Charbonneau. InterCLASS: Measuring interdisciplinary attitudes in science students, Annual Science Education Open House (2015) Local, Poster
J. Charbonneau. Science One: Where We Are, and Where We're Going. Canadian Summit on Interdisciplinary Science Research (2014) National
C. Addision, J. Charbonneau. Science One: Myths and Realities, UBC Science Supper Series (2014) Local
J. Charbonneau, Topological Currents, Neutron Star Kicks, Toroidal Magnetic Fields. (2009). Given at the 46th Winter Nuclear and Particle Physics Conference. [program]
J. Charbonneau, Topological Vector Currents and Neutron Star Kicks. (2008). Given at the Tenth Annual Meeting Of the Northwest Section of the APS. [program]
J. Charbonneau, A Mechanism for type I superconductivity in neutron stars. (2007). Given at the 44th Winter Nuclear and Particle Physics Conference. [program]
J. Charbonneau, Project Firestorm. (2003). Given to the Western Canada Weather Workshop.
J. Charbonneau, The Axial Anomaly and Large Pulsar Kicks, Prepared for the proceedings of Lake Louise Winter Institute: Celebrating 25 years (LLWI 2010), Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 15-20 Feb 2010. [arXiv:1005.3851]
J. Charbonneau, Observational Consequences of Topological Currents in Neutron Stars, Prepared for the proceedings of the the 24th Lake Louise Winter Institute (2009) [arXiv:0904.4268]
S. Bates, J. Charbonneau, Prepare for class with an annotated set list, http://www.pedagogyunbound.com/tips-index/2014/3/12/prepare-for-class-with-an-annotated-set-list (2014)
N. Ambrosetti, J. Charbonneau, and S. Weinfurtner, The fluid/gravity correspondence. (2008) [arXiv:0810.2631]. Lectures notes from the 2008 Summer School on Particles, Fields, and Strings, UBC, Canada.
J. Charbonneau, Minkowski correlation functions in AdS/CFT. (2008). This short review was completed as a final project for my second string theory course taught by Moshe Rozali. It covers how to calculate shear viscosity and entropy using the Minkowski formalism in the gauge/gravity correspondence.
J. Charbonneau, Introduction to the Ginzburg-Landau Equations. (2005). This short review was completed as a final project for my second condensed matter course taught by Mona Berciu. I introduce the Ginberg-Landau equations and show how to derive most of the phenomelogical properties of superconductors. [local copy]
M. Milner-Bolotin, F. Bates, A. Kotlicki, D. Witt, G. Rieger, J. Nakane, D. Peets, J. Charbonneau, H. Kew, Enhancing Student Experiences for First Year Large Introductory Physics Course. (2005). A successful grant application submitted to the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund.
J. Charbonneau, GrADS documentation. (2004). A technical report describing the usage of data visualisation scripts I developed for the Geophysical Disaster Computational Fluid Dynamics Centre.
R. Stull, H. Modzelewski, X. Deng, Y. Zhou,L. Huang, T. Cannon , G. Hicks II, D. Storey, M. Holmes, J. Charbonneau, Multimodel fine-resolution ensembles for short-range forecasts in mountainous terrain. (2004)
J. Charbonneau, PhD Thesis: Topological Currents in Dense Matter (2011). A harrowing collection of three papers, with many aspects thoroughly elucidated for the enjoyment of the reader, including a new derivation of the topological current and details of fun contour integrals.
J. Charbonneau, MSc Thesis: Vortex structures in neutron stars. (2007). Download it for the abstract, read the first three chapters for a good review of the Ginzberg-Landau description of superconducting and superluid vortices. One of the appendices contains the most difficult way to calculate the force between two current carrying wires.