Studio Courses in Teaching and Learning
Inclusivity: Awakening, Awareness, and Action
“Diversity and inclusivity” has become a commonly used phrase, but how deeply do we understand these words? In this course, through active, peer, and reflective learning activities, we will awaken our own interpretations of “diversity” and “inclusivity” and begin to apply our understandings to our life and work at Dal. All classes will take place on the Truro campus, and will be held every other Friday, beginning September 20th.
Spring Focus 2019 - Active Learning. This issue of Focus takes a closer look at active learning, a student-centred practice where learners move beyond passive listening to engage with content in new ways.
News and Updates
Course Syllabus Update
- Course Syllabus Template [PDF - internal access only]
- Faculty Strategies for Addressing Missed or Late Academic Requirements [PDF - 336 KB]
Faculty Certificate in Teaching and Learning
The Faculty Certificate in Teaching and Learning is a non-credit program, free to Dalhousie faculty members including limited term contract faculty, part-time academics, and post-doctoral fellows, as well as staff members who teach.
Graduate Student Programs
Certificate in University Teaching and Learning (CUTL)
The Certificate provides a flexible framework for integrating and recognizing a comprehensive range of teaching development programming. Enrolment cannot exceed the duration of a participant's graduate program.
Teaching Assistant Enrichment Program (TAEP)
The Teaching Assistant Enrichment Program (TAEP) is a one-year (September to May) flexible teaching development program created specifically for TAs.