This interactive session helps you gain a better understanding of what you can show in class, what you can post online, and what you can photocopy to hand out to your class. Your presenters are Amanda Storey, the U of S’s Copyright Coordinator, and Ryan Banow, GMCTE Instructional Designer. They will provide information on recent changes to copyright legislation and help you understand what you can post and/or distribute under the new legislation and under the university’s Fair Dealing Guidelines.
Discussion about teaching at the 4th Annual SoTL Symposium
The College of Education and The GMCTE invite local, provincial, and national scholars, students, and members of the Aboriginal community to raise important themes and directions for Aboriginal education in a post-secondary environment.
2013 Provost’s Prize for Innovative Practice in Collaborative Teaching and Learning - "Innovative Laboratory for Engineering Physicists and Physicists in the 21st Century"
College of Arts and Science Dean Peter Stoicheff, at the 2013 Celebration of Teaching
Indigenous Voices event with Bob Badger, Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum, Curtis Standing, Jessie Sylvester
As in any culture, there are protocols to be respected in the diverse Aboriginal tribes, bands, and even with individuals. In this gathering, participants will be introduced to some common protocols, and will learn that the differences between them can be significant. The purpose of this gathering is to familiarize participants with protocols so that they can be conscious and respectful of observing these in certain circumstances (e.g. ceremonies, prayers, feasts, and consulting Elders and Knowledge Keepers).
Although the GMCTE's official blog, Educatus, is taking a break over the summer months, you can still read past posts about a wide range of topics related to teaching and learning. We invite you to join the discussion by posting your comments, or submitting your own blog post. Please contact Heather M. Ross for more information, if you wish to contribute.