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, may participate in the Certificate. Faculty and staff interested in participating in only specific components are welcome, but will not receive the Certificate credential. Registration in the Core Course and Studio Courses is limited, and priority will be given to those who are currently registered for the Certificate Program.
Full Certificate Program Registration
Participants wishing to complete the full Certificate are required to register through the online Faculty Certificate Registration Form.
*Registration for each component of the Faculty Certificate (Core Course; Studio Courses; Teaching Dossier) must be completed separately.
Participants from the Truro, Yarmouth, or New Brunswick campuses may request an alternate method for attending sessions on the Halifax. Please contact Betsy Keating, Program Coordinator, (902) 494-4126 or email@example.com for questions or requests.
Core Course: Learning Focused Course Design
Fall 2018 - Agricultural Campus, Truro, Nova Scotia
Cobequid room, MacRae Library, on the Agricultural Campus, in Truro, NS. The course will run on Tuesday's from 11:35 am to 2:30 pm beginning September 18th.
Winter 2019 - Halifax, NS
Date: Wednesdays, January 16 to April 17, 2019
Time: 4:00pm to 7:00 pm
Location: room 271 in the Wallace McCain Learning Commons, Studley campus
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.
Two-part Workshop Series: Creating a Teaching Dossier
The Creating a Teaching Dossier workshop is held annually in the spring. In this two-part workshop, you'll have the opportunity to think about your own teaching and how to accurately capture your practice in a dossier.