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Third Episode: Harold Jansen and Shelly Wismath. This episode is available for the month of December on Shaw TV channel 9. Air times are: 8am, 3pm, 8pm daily.

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Article "5 Things We Know About College Students in 2014" http://t.co/h7gzrcGBb2
Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 08:41
Dr. Jan Newberry received the 2014 AAA/Oxford Teaching Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching of Anthropology http://t.co/iheAt9CezN
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 11:05
Article "Developing Students’ Self-Assessment Skills". http://t.co/tDSD1UL8h7
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 08:40
Firefly: News from the Teaching Centre - Dec. 2014 - http://t.co/x1VYTCtnfm
Monday, December 8, 2014 - 08:01
Article "How to Deal with Incivility in the Online Classroom" http://t.co/hLSFHHFvHX
Friday, December 5, 2014 - 08:48
Article "Why We Believe in Our Students, a Timely Reminder" http://t.co/oHQBzVtCj2
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 - 09:40
New Teacher Profile Video with Ilsa Wong: Teaching Leadership Skills. http://t.co/Rtu7oxnXjZ
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 14:30
Episode 3 of ED Talks: Conversations in Education with Harold Jansen and Shelly WIsmath. Watch it on ShawTV or online http://t.co/MjxMCRfV2a
Monday, December 1, 2014 - 14:01
Article "Unlocking the Mystery of Critical Thinking" http://t.co/W0W7WgnVLv
Monday, December 1, 2014 - 09:57
Teaching Centre Visual Notes – Reflections on Teaching in a SCALE-UP Room – from Talking About Teaching on Nov. 24 http://t.co/oVCIiQcZ35
Friday, November 28, 2014 - 13:05

TDF

The Teaching Centre will use the following criteria for judging the proposals:

  1. Evidence the project is innovative and applies a creative approach to teaching and learning.
  2. Evidence of the potential for enduring benefits to the improvement of teaching, learning, and evaluation practices and/or the development of new practices or expertise.
  3. Evidence that the project involves sound research methodology leading to clear conclusions and outcomes. 

To complete an application, use the online application which is available here: http://www.uleth.ca/teachingcentre/teaching-development-fund. If you have any questions please contat the Teaching Centre teachingcentre@uleth.ca or phone 403.380.1856.
 

Fellows

Click the link below to learn more about becoming a Teaching Fellow how to apply.
http://www.uleth.ca/teachingcentre/teaching-fellows

Our Current Teaching Fellows

Anne Dymond

Janay Nugent

Kelly Williams-Whitt

Workshops

Faculty Workshops

New workshops will be announced shortly. Please also be sure to check out our events calandar for up to date information. 

 

 

 

Instructional Skills Workshops(ISW)

If you are interested in participating in an ISW, please contact the Teaching Centre (403.380.1856 or teachingcentre@uleth.ca). More information about Instructional Skills Workshops can be found here.

ISW for graduate students (Master’s & Ph.D. students)
Week of May 4th, facilitated by Leanne Elias & Wayne Lippa
ISW for faculty
Week of May 11th, facilitated by Lisa Doolittle & Ute Kothe

 

One to One consultation

Sometimes you need one on one help, and a workshop may not fit into your schedule. Just give the Teaching Centre a call, and we can set up a time to work with you on your teaching related issues. Email: teachingcentre@uleth.ca or call: 403.380.1856

Talking About Teaching

Talking About Teaching.

Can Peer Support Improve Your Pedagogy?
Date:
Jan. 23rd
Time:
2:30 - 4:30 PM
Place:
AH177

Refreshments will be served. Drop in any time.
All faculty and graduate students are encouraged to attend.

Check out all the visual notes that were created this semester from our Talking About Teaching events.

September - How do we encourage life long learning?

October - Horror Stories from the Classrooms

November - Reflections on Teaching in a SCALE-UP room?

Graduate Students

 To kick-start the new term we are offering a repeat of our introductory “Teaching as a Professional Responsibility” workshop in conjunction with the New Graduate Student Orientation on January 6th. Most of you have already attended this workshop. But, just in case you were not able to attend one of the sessions this fall or last year, I wanted to extend an invitation to you for the upcoming workshop


"Teaching as a Professional Responsibility" (An Orientation for Graduate Teaching Assistants)

Tuesday, January 6th, 3:00 – 4:30 pm
AH 175 (Anderson Hall)

No RSVP necessary, as we should have lots of room for this session

Contact one of our staff for a One to One consultation:
Doug Orr
Jeff Meadows

Whether it is creating a new assignment or finding better ways to engage your students. We can help.

[He]art of Teaching

What is the [He]art of Teaching?

 Stop by (He)art of Teaching for some casual, confidential, drop-in peer mentoring. Put your feet up and talk to other teachers who’ve been there!

 For more information on Peer Support through the Teaching Centre, click here.

“In The Belly of the Beast: Teaching in PE250 and other Large Lecture Halls”
Date: Jan 14th
Time: 3:00 - 5:00 PM
Place: PE261
Faciliators: Nicholas Hanson (Drama) and Kevin McGeough (Geography)

“Responding to Mental Health Concerns in the Classroom”
Date: Feb 9th
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Place: Addictions Counselling Lab, Markin Hall
Facilitators: Phil Jones and Bernie Wojowicz (Health Sciences)

Walking the Talk: How Can the UofL Support Aboriginal/Minority Faculty?"
Date: March 12, 2015
Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Place: L1126 (Blue Room in the Teaching Centre)
Facilitators: Michelle Houge (FNMI) Olu Awosoga (Health Sciences)

Videos

 

Green Chair Interview: John Vokey

John Vokey talks with us about his philosophy of teaching.

The Teaching Centre has created a number of videos. 

  • ED Talks
  • Green Chair Interviews
  • Profiles in Teaching Excellence
  • Video Tips
  • Teaching Centre Initiatives
  • Why a Teaching Centre?
  • Teaching Day

For these and other videos check out our video page.

Moodle

You can log into your Moodle courses by visiting:

https://moodle.uleth.ca

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 - Sunday (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 teachingsupport@uleth.ca if you have questions about Moodle or would like to book a tutorial session. We are available from 8:30am - 4:30pm MST.