The chat function allows students to be their own active Greek chorus in spaces where they might otherwise be passive.
This is the final instalment in our two-part series where experienced teaching assistants offer guidance to both first-timers and veterans looking for new ideas.
This is an opportunity to create value beyond an individual student’s learning.
By visualizing the end goal of a project or assignment from the get-go, students can clearly identify which steps are truly necessary.
Experienced teaching assistants offer guidance for first timers and veterans looking for new ideas.
A written agreement is a good way to clarify expectations and build trust.
Members of the university community share lessons they’ll carry with them after more than two years of upheaval from COVID-19.
A cross-institutional, open-source series helps graduate students and postdoctoral fellows articulate their teaching experiences for various career pathways.
It’s time for us to band together as a sector and demand data privacy protections from our digital classroom tools.
Researcher Fenton Litwiller is developing youth recreation programming to support queer kids in acquiring skills that affirm their complex gender identities.
The collaboration between the university and the Government of Nunavut highlights the importance of culturally safe care.
Lakehead project aims to restore one of several decades-old boats that are ‘catalysts for community building.’
Young leaders reflect on the legacy of the province’s largest-ever student protests.
How universities are responding to a country-wide shortage.
A part-time professor’s most important lesson: survival.
The journey back from pandemic-enforced online learning will be a steep learning curve for everyone.
Training needs to go beyond course delivery and focus on evolving issues such as student mental health and educational technology.
Could I completely re-pivot back to where I started as an academic? It would be disingenuous to claim that I had no doubts, especially on the teaching side.
The cultural dimension is particularly important as Canadian universities enroll more and more international students.
‘Midwives have a lot to offer,’ says the program’s director, ‘and they’re underutilized in Canada compared to in other countries.’