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In June, Gwenna Moss, right, visited the centre named in her honour. Click the image to find out more about Gwenna Moss and the GMCTE.
GMCTE Director Jim Greer (left), George Veletsianos of the University of Texas, Austin, and Heather Ross of the GMCTE at the 2013 TLt conference.
U of S President Ilene Busch-Vishniac addressed attendees of the 2013 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Symposium
The GMCTE offers the first "Truly Open Online Course" (TOOC), called "Introduction to Learning Technologies," beginning January 21, 2014
Discussion about teaching at the 4th Annual SoTL Symposium
Fall Workshop event with Carolyn Hoessler (GMCTE)
Tuesday Nov 12,2013
Time: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Assessments focus student efforts towards particular learning outcomes and prioritize their approaches to readings and other course activities. Developing efficient measures of learning that also promote and catalyze further learning provide additional opportunities to achieve course learning outcomes. Through this session, further your skills in:
Date: Wednesday Oct 16, 2013
Time: 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
The focus of this short course is on developing a reflective teaching portfolio. This type of portfolio is intended to foster reflection on teaching experiences to improve learning. Reflective portfolios are useful formative tools to document, assess, and improve one's teaching practice on an ongoing basis. In contrast, professional portfolios are often required by academic hiring committees or when applying for teaching awards, promotion, or tenure. For tenure track faculty, the reflective portfolio is an excellent foundation for building a case file. For more information about this short course, please visit this page.