The GMCTE provides consultation services to any person teaching at the U of S on basically any topic related to teaching and learning in higher education. There are a number of other units on campus also dedicated to supporting different aspects of teaching and learning on campus, so a big part of our role is also to provide referral services to a number of other units on campus if there is a question that is more appropriately handled by another unit. The GMCTE has an open-door, drop-in policy.
Faculty Peer Consultation
The Faculty Peer Consultation process is a voluntary, collaborative approach to enhancing your teaching and learning at the University of Saskatchewan. Peer Consultation is designed to help inform your journey to teaching excellence. It is voluntarily initiated by a teacher, and we keep it confidential. A consultation typically takes three to four weeks to complete. Because of this it must be initiated prior to the last month of a class.
In addition to our events and courses, the Gwenna Moss Centre offers a number of specific consultation services for individual instructors, programs, Departments, and Colleges.
Curriculum Development The Curriculum Innovation Team at the GMCTE offers curriculum development support for programs, Departments and Colleges who are interested in curriculum renewal and innovation.