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Teaching Continuity during COVID-19: Resources to Help You Prepare

CTL, OOL, and ITS have developed resources, workshops and online training to support instructors in teaching and learning amidst the COVID-19 preparations:
Academic Continuity During Unplanned Course Interruptions;
COVID-19 Preparedness Workshops, Drop-ins and Consultations.


Gathering Feedback on Your Teaching

Formal Student Evaluations of Teaching (SET) will not be collected for the Winter 2020 term. Many instructors may still want to collect feedback to gather insight into their teaching and course design. Read how to go about this.

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CTL Staff to Work Remotely

Staff at the CTL will be working remotely until further notice. If you require assistance please send an email to the appropriate staff member, or join our virtual drop-ins and consultations.

GATA Awards - Call for nominations

GA/TA Awards - Call for Nominations

GA/TA Award for Educational Practice and the GA/TA Award for Educational Leadership recognize and honour exemplary GAs and TAs who contribute to a positive, learning-centred environment at the University. For more information, visit the GATA Awards Call for Nominations page.


Blackboard Learn Training

Blackboard Learn Training

The Centre for Teaching and Learning provides individual consultations, group workshops, and online self-paced courses about the use of the University’s learning management system, Blackboard Learn. Faculty, sessional instructors, staff, and GAs are welcome to register.

Online Courses | F-2-F Workshops

Teaching and Learning Series

Teaching and Learning Series

OFFERED ONLINE - Peer Editing in the Classroom: A Creative Approach
Instructors: Melanie Little
March 20, 2020, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Having students review, critique, and edit one another’s work can be an effective means of developing their critical skills, improving their writing, and managing workload. But all too often, students approach peer editing with indifference and even dread—often for good reason. This workshop will offer creative and practical ideas for making peer-review and peer-editing more dynamic, engaging, and inclusive. NOTE: Over the course of the following two weeks, from March 20 through April 6, Melanie will welcome questions on the topic of peer editing. She will then prepare a compilation of these questions and answers to disseminate to all participants. See CTL Registration for details.

POSTPONED - Civility, Conflict, and Contradiction in the Classroom
Instructors: Erica Stevens Abbitt and Debbie Kane
This workshop will be rescheduled at a later date due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
This workshop explores issues of diversity, civility, and contradiction in the classroom, with a focus on role-playing and mediation techniques. The goal is to explore the notion that working skillfully across different points of view, interests and beliefs can enhance the teaching and learning experience.

Indigenous Curriculum and Pedagogy

Indigenous Curriculum & Pedagogy Winter Series 2020

POSTPONED - Meaningful Integration of Indigenous Epistemologies and Pedagogies
Instructor: Jaimie Kechego
This workshop will be rescheduled at a later date due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Indigenization of curriculum requires much more than adding Indigenous content. In an education system that has, since its inception and into the present day, valued Western ways of thinking almost exclusively, Indigenization of curriculum requires us to bring Indigenous ways of thinking, being, and learning into course design. This session will provide a discussion of Indigenous epistemologies and pedagogies and how these can be interwoven in curriculum design and development.