Support

Below are some ways that the Teaching Centre can support you in your teaching. In all of our support goals, we aim for reasonable and sustainable tasks and objectives that can be maintained by the instructor.

One to One Consultations

Meet with our friendly, knowledgeable and skilled staff in a confidential and safe environment to discuss any of your teaching needs, whether it be, how to build better test questions, or how best to engage students in discussion.

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You can request a one on one consultation using our online form, or you can request a workshop for you and a group. We will work with you to determine your needs and then design and facilitate a workshop around the suggested topics.

  1. Request a Consultation
  2. Request a Workshop

Peer Support

There are a few peer support initiatives here on campus. These peer support programs aim at connecting instructors with their peers so that the issues of teaching can be discussed with peers outside of faculty meetings and outside of class time. Heart of Teaching and the Doors Open Series were started to provide instructors on campus with an opportunity to discuss their particular teaching challenges with others who have been there, and to provide instructors on campus with the ability to see their peer's teaching in action.

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Instructional Project Support

Do you have a project that has instructional or teaching related aspects to it? Would you like some help on how to approach these aspects of your project? Then give the Teaching Centre a call to set up an appointment with us.

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Looking for Educational Technology Supports?

Our resources section speaks about many supported technologies on campus and how the Teaching Centre can help.

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Grants and Funding

Looking for funding to ehance teaching effectiveness, or to travel to a teaching and learning related conference, then be sure to read on.

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