Time and Location
The course is now being offered the 2016 Winter term, and will meet weekly on Wednesday mornings from 9:00am - 12:00pm. The first class will be held on January 13, 2016. All classes will be held in the Seminar Room within B176 Mackintosh-Corry Hall.
Dr. Klodiana Kolomitro, Centre for Teaching and Learning
This course is intended for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows across the disciplines who want to develop as skilled, thoughtful, and confident post-secondary teachers. The goal of this course is to challenge and broaden conceptions of learning and approaches to teaching. Sessions will be literature-informed but activity and discussion-based with an expectation of a high degree of collaboration and participation. The course has been organized in such a way as to balance theory and practice and to support both conceptual and skill development.
As part of the development experience you will assemble teaching dossiers to document your teaching effectiveness and on-going professional development. Through participation in the course, you'll experience and experiment with a broad range of instructional strategies, and, along with the feedback you'll get from the course instructors, you will benefit from self- and peer-assessment techniques to monitor progress.
There are mandatory teaching and teaching observations components of this course that require each participant to observe peers teach and be observed by peers while teaching. Everyone in SGS 901 is responsible for organizing his or her own teaching opportunities for this element of the course.
Observations and teaching components must be completed during the term in which the course runs.
Intended Learning Outcomes
To be successful in this course you must demonstrate a consistent ability to:
* Accessible Instructional for Educators is an online module available through the Queen's University Equity Office Accessibility Hub at: http://queensu.ca/accessibility/facultystaff/education-training-and-awareness-faculty-staff
Regularly assigned readings will often serve as the basis for class discussion. You are expected to come to class fully prepared to engage in the discussions.
Methods of Registration
| Graduate Students
Please complete an Academic Change Form and take it to the Centre for Teaching and Learning (B176 Mackintosh Corry) for instructor approval once you have signed approval from your supervisor. This is a credit course, offered on a pass-fail basis. The course may not be used to meet program requirements unless explicitly approved by the student's department.
| Post-Doctoral Fellows
Please send your first name, last name, department and Queen's NetID to firstname.lastname@example.org for instructor approval.
NOTE: Enrolment is limited to 25 on a first-come first-serve basis and requires the instructor's permission.
For more information contact: