Sessions will include topics such as: assessment strategies, active learning strategies, the learning environment and your teaching, information literacy and much more.
April 30th will kick off with a keynote from Provost and Vice-President Academic, Dr. Andrew Hakin.
The Teaching Centre is excited to announce this year theme for "A Light on Teaching" magazine:
"Embracing Liberal Education: Teaching the Next Generation of Thinkers"
The Teaching Centre encourages all faculty, instructors and graduate students to submit articles for publication. To learn more about what what type of submissions we are looking for, please click here.
This years submission deadline is June 12th, 2015. Send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Green Chair Interviews are one-on-one question-and-answer sessions with some of the University's great instructors. Each interview provides insights into the instructor's teaching philosophy and teaching strategies. In this interview we talk with Robin Bright from the Faculty of Education.
The Teaching Centre has created a number of videos.
For these and other videos check out our video page.
If you are interested in participating in an ISW, please contact the Teaching Centre (403.380.1856 or email@example.com). 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
ISW for faculty
Week of August 17th, facilitated by Sheila McManus and Jason Laurendeau
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: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 403.380.1856
Graduate Professional Development Program Year-End Wrap-Up
Friday, April 10th, 2015
2:00 – 4:00 pm
L 1170 A
Refreshments (Beverages, Juice, Coffee, Snacks) provided by Teaching Centre.
Please plan attend this informal year-end get-together. This is simply an opportunity to drop-in and chat with friends and colleagues about the challenges and triumphs of being a Graduate Teaching Assistant, and to celebrate the end-of-term together.
Are you frustrated with the Gradebook?!
We can help.
Contact us to book a personalized one-on-one tutorial session.
To schedule an appointment call 403.380.1856 or email email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about Moodle or would like to book a tutorial session. We are available from 8:30am - 4:30pm.
Have you ever wondered what your colleagues do behind closed doors? Now is your chance to find out! The U of L's first ever "Doors Open" series will provide you an (strictly non-evaluative) opportunity to drop in and quietly observe some of this campus' great teachers!
Mar 19th | 3:05-4:20
Mike Madore | MAN 3850 Sports Marketing.
Markin Hall 1090
Mar. 26th 10:50 AM - 12:05 PM
Jennifer Mather | PSYC 3000 - Human-Animal Interactions
Mar 31st, 3:05 - 4:20 PM
David Hay | HIST2100 - The Black Death and Popular Revolts in the Later Middle Ages
April 9th 1:40-2:55.
Janay Nugent | HIST 3300 - Witch Hunts in Early Modern Europe