The Centre for Learning and Teaching team collaborates with faculty, graduate students, departments, and resource units across campus to tailor sessions specific to Dalhousie needs.
If you are interested in facilitating a workshop or discussion group or are interested in learning more about a topic that is not part of our scheduled events please contact the Centre at 494-1622 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centre for Learning and Teaching will be hosting a noon hour, Lunch & Learn series for faculty and administrative staff working in the online environment. The purpose of the Lunch & Learn series is to give faculty and administrative staff an opportunity to come together in a sharing environment to learn about what others are doing and to hear about current research and best practices. This series could be for faculty and staff who are teaching online, who are using the online environment as a component for their campus courses, or who are interested in moving some of their content online.
The Studio Course will offer faculty members dedicated time and guidance to explore an aspect of teaching and learning in greater depth than in an introductory workshop. Studio Course participants will meet for approximately 8 hours during the semester, and will emerge from these courses having embarked on a project of meaning and substance.
The teaching dossier (or portfolio) is widely used by university academic staff to document their teaching skills and responsibilities and to provide evidence of the quality of their teaching practice. In this two-part workshop, held annually in May, you'll have the opportunity to think about your own teaching and how to accurately capture your practice in a dossier.
Workshops and Discussion Groups
The Centre for Learning and Teaching offers professional development sessions that address topics on teaching and learning and technology in higher education. The CLT encourages faculty, staff, graduate students, or anyone who is interested in enhancing their teaching practices to attend.
Each Spring, CLT organizes the DCUTL. This well-established conference brings together faculty from around the region and beyond for scholarly presentations and discussions about student learning.
New Academic Staff Orientation is one of the ways that Dalhousie University welcomes new colleagues to our academic community. The Orientation is designed to introduce you to the resources, services and people available to help you get off to a strong start in your academic roles at Dalhousie. Academic staff who have joined Dalhousie during the past year are invited to meet other new colleagues and to discuss strategies and resources to support your academic work.
This one-day annual Teaching Assistant Professional Development Day (TA Day) is a series of workshops that takes place the second week of September. Workshops focus on TAs and graduate students who are interested in a teaching career. Individuals choose from concurrent sessions designed to address the essential skills required by graduate students to effectively facilitate classes and enhance their teaching skills.