Next Course: Winter 2014
This course is intended for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows across the disciplines who want to become skilled, thoughtful, and confident teachers in higher education. The goal of the course is to foster understanding and reflection about learning approaches and effective teaching in a university setting.
This course will help you develop a better understanding of learning and a personal commitment to teaching. Classes will be task-oriented and place major emphasis on collaboration, self-direction, and participation; students will assemble teaching portfolios to record their learning, will try out and demonstrate a range of teaching methods, and will use self- and peer-assessment techniques to monitor their progress.
This course is intended to:
This term length course is offered in the Winter term only and meets weekly on Wednesday mornings from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. starting on January 6, 2014. All classes will be held in the Centre for Teaching and Learning in the Seminar Room within B176 Mackintosh Corry.
This is a credit course, offered on a pass-fail basis. Enrolment requires the instructor's permission and the course may not be used to meet program requirements unless explicitly approved by the student's department.
Enrolment is limited to 25 participants on a first-come first-served basis.
Sue Fostaty Young, Centre for Teaching and Learning (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Interested students must complete an Academic Change Form and take it to the CTL such that the course coordinator can approve admission and sign the form.
For more information contact: