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Studio Courses in Teaching and Learning

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.

Upcoming Studio Courses available soon.


For more information on the Studio Courses in Teaching and Learning contact

Betsy Keating
Educational Developer (Faculty Development)
Centre for Learning and Teaching
Tel: 902.494.4126
Email: betsy.keating@dal.ca

Past Studio Courses

Researching Teaching and Learning Across the Disciplines

This short course is designed to introduce faculty members to the field of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).  In this course, our aim is to explore researching teaching and learning across the disciplines through a facilitated research development process to design a SoTL research project – from defining a research question and placing that question in the context of the relevant literatures, to determining appropriate research methodologies and exploring the ethical implications of your research design.  Throughout the course, you will be introduced to some foundational writings in the field of SoTL, while engaging in practical exercises that will result in a SoTL project that can be undertaken upon completion of the course.

We will meet on Fridays from 2:00 to 4:00 pm, in the Killam Library, Room B400, on the following dates:

  • October 6 
  • October 20
  • November 3
  • November 17


Brad Wuetherick
Executive Director
Centre for Learning and Teaching
Tel: 902-494-6646
Email: Brad.Wuetherick@dal.ca