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Course Syllabus Update

Teaching and Learning Grants - Call for submissions is now open

Change One Thing Challenge

Deadline to apply is Monday, February 5, 2018

The Change One Thing Challenge is an open invitation to the university teaching community to submit a description of a student engagement activity that has been developed as part of their current teaching practice, and that they believe has a positive impact on student learning.  One winner, as determined by a review panel, will receive a Change One Thing Challenge Grant for up to $1000 to support travel to a teaching and learning conference.

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grant

Deadline to apply is Monday, February 12, 2018

These grants will provide support for Dalhousie educators who are interested in developing a research project that studies, assesses, and/or evaluates the impact of a particular initiative on students’ learning. This might include, but not be limited to, the development of new or revised programs, courses and/or methods/activities/assessments in teaching and learning.

Faculty Program

Faculty Certificate in Teaching and Learning

The Faculty Certificate in Teaching and Learning is offering 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 or have an interest in university teaching. 

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 programing.  Enrolment cannot exceed the duration of a participant's garudate 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.