Consultations

The Centre for Teaching and Learning offers consultations on a variety of topics, including, but not limited to:

The Development of Teaching

  • Accessible Pedagogies including access, Universal Design, and fostering communities of care in teaching and learning.
  • Assessment
    e.g. summative (ex: tests, exams, question types, open-book exams, group projects, presentation) and formative (quizzes, one-minute paper, concept map, exit tickets, poll, jamboard) assessment. Alternative forms of assessment (portfolios, journals, posters, videos, interviews, performance tasks).
  • Course Design
    e.g. instructional materials, learning activities, learning outcomes, feedback and assessment.
  • Curriculum
    e.g. program design, program review, curriculum mapping.
  • Digital Pedagogies
  • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity
  • Evaluation of Teaching: e.g. peer review of teaching, teaching dossier/portfolio, teaching philosophy, reflections on teaching practice.
  • Indigenizing Curricula and Pedagogies including Indigenous curriculum and Indigenous pedagogy as well as decolonizing teaching and learning.
  • Instructional Delivery
    e.g. active learning strategies, student engagement and motivation, forms and methods of instruction.
  • Learning Environments
    e.g. classroom management, fostering positive relationships, dealing with difficult students.
  • Online and Hybrid Teaching
    e.g. online presence, engagement strategies, special considerations for online course design.
  • Writing Pedagogies and multimodal communication pedagogies

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Request for Consultation Form

Learn more about our staff members and their expertise. Due to current demand and staffing capacity, please expect that consultation times may be booked approximately two weeks out from your initial request.

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