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Post-Doctoral Fellowship available through the CTL!

Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Centre for Teaching and Learning, Queen’s University

The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Queen's University invites applications for a one-year Post-Doctoral Fellow appointment (with the potential to renew), to begin August 1, 2016. The appointee will contribute to developing and supporting a program that focuses on active learning pedagogies and active learning spaces, working in partnership with a range of teaching and learning scholars across faculties at Queen’s.


Queen’s duo awarded for work on cutting-edge teaching tool

BASICS, new web app helps instructors focus on learning outcomes!

Read the article about the great team of BASICS, Natalie Simper and Jake Kaupp, winners of the inaugural Educational Technology Award.

Queen’s staff Jake Kaupp and Natalie Simper are being honoured by the university for their contribution to the development of a new web application that aims to help instructors emphasize and measure student learning outcomes more precisely and deliberately than ever before.


Final call for input on Queen’s Learning Outcomes Framework

The Queen's Learning Outcomes Working Group wants your opinion!

The final call is being made for input on the creation of Queen’s-specific learning outcomes.

The Queen’s Learning Outcomes Working Group has opened its final survey and is welcoming feedback from students, staff, faculty and alumni on its draft learning outcomes framework.

The full article is available on the Queen's Gazette website.


Peter Wolf – Learning outcomes for life: intentional, explicit and practiced

Peter Wolf, Associate Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning) and Director of the Centre for Teaching and Learning was invited to write on the HEQCO (Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario) blog this week. You can read the entire article "Learning outcomes for life: intentional, explicit and practiced" on their blog.


Dreaming big about learning

"A new initiative launched by Principal Daniel Woolf is asking faculty members to dream big about undergraduate teaching.

Principal’s Dream Courses is a new program that aims to enhance the student learning experience and promote undergraduate research and inquiry. The program makes funding available to help redesign an existing undergraduate course, in ways of which the instructor may only have dreamt."