Would you like to make an impact on teaching here at the University of Lethbridge? Would you like to work beyond the borders of your classroom and work with multiple departments and instructors across campus?
The TEACHING CENTRE invites all faculty members to apply for financial support of up to $5000 for projects to enhance teaching effectiveness. Projects can be on any aspect of teaching, learning, and evaluation
Deadline: Third Friday of January
June 21-23, 2017
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
March 5-9, 2017
Jan. 11 – Effective Use of Classroom Technology (field trip to L 1168)
Jan. 18 – Managing Course Content in Moodle
Jan 25 – Moodle Gradebook Fundamentals
All ShopTalks will be held in L1126 from noon to 1PM unless otherwise specified. No RSVP is required.
The Politically Correct Classroom
Friday, January 27th
2:30 - 4:30 PM
Save the Date
April 27th and April 28th, 2017
Threshold Concepts in the Development of Problem-solving Skills
Shelly Wismath, Doug Orr and Bruce MacKay
Teaching & Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL JournalVol. 3, No. 1 (2015), pp. 63-73
Collaborative Learning in Problem Solving: A Case Study in Metacognitive Learning
written by Shelly L. Wismath and Doug Orr
Problem solving and collaborative communication are among the key 21st century skills educators want students to develop. This paper presents results from a study of the collaborative work patterns of 133 participants from a university level course designed to develop transferable problem-solving skills.
How do I get my students to pay better attention
There are methods that you can employ that will motivate students to become more productive members in your class. Ways of teaching that will make your class enjoyable and engaging.
Tips for a Well Structured Exam
This resource provides some tips for structuring your exam so that your assessment is fair and appeals to all of your students, not just those who can solve the most complicated problems.
Feedback for Teaching
This resource has been prepared by the Teaching Centre at the University of Lethbridge to help provide direction for Instructional Staff to gather quality feedback on their teaching for the purpose of self-reflection and growth. These resources have been written and assembled from a broad range of sources and where appropriate references to the original materials have been included. The majority of this resource is designed to assist Instructional Staff in gathering quality feedback on their teaching for the purpose of helping them to grow professionally as instructors.
Do you or your group need help with something teaching related?
General Contact Information
Office Location: L1126, Top floor of the LINC(Library) Building
L1126 4401 University Drive West
Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4
Who can help you?
The Teaching Centre has staff members that provide Moodle support, one to one pedagogical consultation, support and training for implementation of new technologies, as well as consultation for assessment strategies.