We are excited to announce that the second issue of A Light on Teaching magazine will be availalbe in print and online in a variety of digital formats as of September 8th.
Thank you to all of you who contributed to the magazine this year. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
A new series where faculty have a conversation about their teaching. In the first episode Harold Jansen interviews Sheila McManus.
The Teaching Centre has created a number of videos.
For these and other videos check out our video page.
Assessment: Marking and Grading
This workshop has been updated, so if you have atteneded in the past, please consider taking this session again.
Selected Response Questions
Selected response question types are: Multiple choice, Matching, True and False, as well as fill in the blank or short answer questions. This article will discuss the advantages and disadvantages to using each selected response question type as well as some tips for creating well-constructed and meaningful questions for your assessments.
Creating a Scoring Guide
A rubric is a detailed scoring guide that determines what features need to be incorporated into submitted work, but also helps you determine the quality of those features.
There are two major types of rubrics you can create. A general or holistic rubric, or analytic rubrics.
The Teaching Centre offers one-to-one and small group consultation for all of your teaching needs.
• Classroom observations
• Course planning and design
• Engagement strategies and more
We are a non-evaluative department, and all of the services we provide are for your benefit as an instructor. Contact us today to set up a consultation with one of our education consultants.
We can help with the tools and resources you utilize in your teaching. Here are a few ways we can help.
• Plagiarism and grading online services
• Creating effective presentation materials
• Creating Learning Objects, Videos and more
Contact one of our education consultants to help you with your education technology needs.
How Can We Encourage Life-Long-Learning?
What is life-long-learning? Do we encourage life-long-learning in our students and if so, how? This session of Talking About Teaching will focus on answering those questions and looking at how the University of Lethbridge can foster life-long-learners.
Some Visual Notes from Last Spring's TAT events
You can log into your Moodle courses by visiting:
All classes are automatically created in Moodle every semester. However, courses remain hidden from students until instructors make them available. For instructions on how to make classes available visit Moodle Answers.
Testing Centre - Regular Hours:
Monday - Thursday
9:00am to 9:00pm.
Friday - Saturday (and holidays)
9:00am to 5:00pm.
Location: University Hall, B7 Labs
Instructors can book an exam in the Testing Centre by calling 403.380.1856 or click here to submit a message.
Tutorials and Help
For online tutorials please visit moodleanswers.com. Designed and managed by the Teaching Centre this will help get you started.
Contact the Teaching Centre at 403.380.1856 or email@example.com if you have questions about Moodle or would like to book a tutorial session. We are available from 8:30am - 4:30pm MST.