CTL helps instructors with all aspects of their teaching development through a variety of programming including consultations, workshops, courses, and online resources.
The staff at the Centre for Teaching and Learning would be happy to meet with you to discuss aspects related to teaching and learning at the University of Alberta.
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For more information on consultations offered by CTL staff, please visit our consultations page.
The Peer Consultation Program provides instructors with the opportunity to work with a peer who is trained in classroom observation and techniques for soliciting student feedback in order to refine and/or test new ways of teaching that support and enhance learning.
CTL Workshops and Courses
Throughout the year, CTL staff provide workshops and courses on a variety of teaching-related topics.
New Professor Teaching Orientation
This orientation aims to provide participants information about teaching at the University of Alberta and the supports available, a selection of small group sessions to discuss key teaching issues, and an opportunity to make connections across the institution.
Teaching with Writing (Writing Across the Curriculum)
The Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Program works with instructors to help their students think critically and write clearly. We work directly with instructors to help them create writing assignments and grading guides. The WAC program also visits classes to give presentations that help prepare your students to begin their writing assignment. We follow-up with group tutorial sessions where your students can discuss their assignments and obtain feedback on their drafts of the assignment.
Find resources to aid you with various pedagogical questions you may have.