Debbie Pushor of the College of Education is the latest recipient of the university's Master Teacher award. The award has been recognizing faculty who excel in their profession and invest in outstanding teaching at the U of S since 1984. Pushor is the 60th recipient of the award. To read the full OCN story about Pushor's intentional approach to teaching and what it means to her to be named a Master Teacher, click here. To learn more about the Master Teacher award, click here.
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"
Discussion about teaching at the 4th Annual SoTL Symposium
CGSR 989: Introduction to University Teaching
This short course will provide an introduction to a variety of learning technologies for the purpose of teaching and learning. The use of learning technologies, including learning management systems such as Blackboard, blogs, podcasts, wikis and even Twitter is growing as educators see the potential for collaboration, reflection, creation, sharing and other key elements of learning through the use of such tools.
This is a blended course with most of the work to be completed online, but there will be five required in-class sessions, beginning Tuesday, January 21 and ending Tuesday, April 15. Two additional "live" online sessions will take place using Google Hangouts. These sessions will include guest speakers and will be recorded and made available on YouTube for those unable to attend.
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For Graduate Students at the U of S
I Got the Interview, Now What?
Wednesday Nov 20, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
This workshop is offered from a partnership between and GMCTE.
Are you a graduate student nearing the end of your program? Are you looking for a job? This workshop is designed to teach graduate students how to make a great impression during a professional interview. Participants will learn tips for success during the entire interview process, including how to research and prepare for an interview, how to conduct themselves during an interview (including how to look, how to sound, and what to say), and how to follow up after an interview. During the workshop, participants will practice interviewing through partnered and mock interviews with seasoned interviewers. Interview questions have been collected from many Saskatchewan employers and will be tailored to fit each participant.