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Queen's University
 

Programs at the Centre for Teaching and Learning

For Everyone

Brown Bag Conversations with the Principal

Twice a year, the Principal leads a discussion about some aspect of teaching at Queen’s.

Course Design @ Queen's

These workshops ranging in length integrate large and small group activities with opportunities for individuals to design a course. Large group activities include presentations of major concepts in course design, and cases illustrating their application in real courses. Small multi-disciplinary groups focus on the design of particular courses and microteaching. A principled approach to course design is supported by self-critique and peer feedback. These activities provide the opportunity to learn about different strategies for teaching, and to experiment with them in a non-threatening and supportive environment.

Cross-Faculty Teaching Forum

The Cross-Faculty Teaching Forum has been engaged in university-wide faculty development at Queen's since 1985.  This broadly-based group of faculty has organized a regular conference on teaching and learning issues, bringing to the campus interesting and gifted presenters, and offering participants an opportunity to learn about and discuss important issues in teaching and learning.

Teaching Development Day: A Conference on Teaching and Learning

Fall 2014 Conference: Wednesday, September 3, 2014

An annual day-long professional development conference held each September for anyone who teaches at Queen's to learn about new and interesting developments in teaching and learning from the featured guest keynote speaker, and members of Queen's teaching community.

Teaching Development Workshop Series  
During the fall and winter terms the Centre for Teaching and Learning offers a series of workshops on teaching and learning.  These include sessions such as Encouraging Discussion, Academic Integrity, Teaching Portfolios, Equity in the Queen's Classroom, Effective Presentations, Time Management, Leading Labs, Skillful Questioning and The Use Technology.

For Students, Graduate Students and Post-Doctoral Fellows

Certificate Program in University Teaching and Learning
Prepares graduate students and post-doctoral fellows for their immediate responsibilities as TAs in undergraduate programs at Queen's as well as their future roles as instructors in higher education and offers formal recognition of development activities that enhance their teaching skills.
SGS 901: Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
A course intended for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows across the disciplines who want to become skilled, thoughtful, and confident teachers in higher education.

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