Sometimes, that example from a peer is just what is needed to help us move from thinking about it to doing it!
As part of GMCTL Celebration Week, check out a wide range of teaching and learning projects undertaken with assistance of funds administered through the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning since 2012. Four showcases, each organized around a theme and set up as a series of faculty panel presentations, are offered:
- Teaching approaches and open pedagogy, Wednesday, April 26 9:00 – 12:00
- Indigenization, Wednesday, April 26, 1:00 – 4:00
- Program and course design, Thursday, April 27 1:00 – 4:00
- Experiential learning and undergraduate research, Friday, April 28 9:00 – 12:00
All sessions will be held in the Edwards School of Business room 3.
Come out to learn about how projects were conceived, the ways funds and other supports were used, and lessons learned and impacts on student learning and faculty teaching. Hearing how others found the time and the funds for implementing their new ideas may help spur your own thinking or get you over the hump to pursue that project you’ve had in mind for awhile.
Faculty from across campus who were successful in securing funding of several kinds administered through the GMCTL have volunteered to describe their initiatives. You will leave the showcases with new campus connections and ideas for your teaching. See the list of presenters and register via our GMCTL Celebration Week site.
During IP3, the Provost’s Committee for Integrated Planning charged the Vice Provost Teaching and Learning to administer funds in support of Experiential Learning initiatives and Curriculum Innovation, and later government funds to support Open Textbooks were added. Funding processes and assistance have been administered through the GMCTL. For more information click on any of these links or e-mail email@example.com or call us. We can provide direct assistance planning projects, writing applications, and accessing a wide variety of campus supports for projects.