This short course will provide an introduction to how learning technologies may support student collaboration, reflection, creation, sharing and other key elements of learning and provide opportunity for you to consider how they may do so in your course and for your own professional development and research. The course will provide hands on experience in using several tools and provide ample time for discussion and debate about the challenges, opportunities and potential impact technology may have on your teaching practice and your students’ learning.
GMCTE Director Jim Greer (left), George Veletsianos of the University of Texas, Austin, and Heather Ross of the GMCTE at the 2013 TLt conference.
2013 Provost’s Prize for Innovative Practice in Collaborative Teaching and Learning - "Innovative Laboratory for Engineering Physicists and Physicists in the 21st Century"
2012 D2L Award Winner Jay Wilson and Fall 2011 Master Teacher Ken Van Rees
GSR 989: Introduction to University Teaching
Are you interested in applying to the Curriculum Innovation Fund?
Come to one of three workshops to brainstorm curriculum innovation ideas for your unit and learn about supporting funds available. Those ready to look at the fund application processes can get started with our hands-on help during the second half of each workshop. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Engaging in meaningful and successful partnerships with community organizations requires understanding and appreciation for the context in which they operate. Join this introduction aimed at building that understanding and appreciation of community organizations and expect to become more familiar with the community-based sector landscape in Saskatoon and area, recognize common organizational structures, staffing, operations and governance of community based organizations, discuss tips for initiating relationships with community based organizations.