CTE is excited to share the latest publication in the Educational Development Guide Series, Centre Reviews: Strategies for Success, which is now available on the Educational Developers Caucus website. CTE’s Director, Donna Ellis, led the development of the Guide, with six co-authors from institutions across Canada. Centre reviews are becoming increasingly common in the field of educational development. They offer an important opportunity for members of a teaching and learning Centre to reflect critically on the direction and work of their Centre and to invite feedback from the communities and clients they serve. CTE undertook a Centre review in 2017; the Self-Study we developed for that external review distills several years of data as well as feedback solicited from numerous partners and stakeholders, and our Final Assessment Report responds to each of the recommendations made in the external review.
On April 26th, faculty, staff, and students from across campus and beyond gathered to explore the roles motivation plays in how we learn and teach at the University of Waterloo’s 10th annual Teaching and Learning Conference: Motivating Our Students and Ourselves.
The Centre for Teaching Excellence is seeking applicants for two exciting job opportunities: Graduate Instructional Developer and TA Workshop Facilitator. These positions are open to senior graduate students at the University of Waterloo. Each position offers different responsibilities and time commitments. The positions run from September 2018 through August 2019, and you must be a registered graduate student at Waterloo through August 2019 to be eligible. Please see the job advertisements linked below for position details and application instructions. Applications are due Sunday, July 8.
Please indicate in your application which type of position you are applying for. If you are interested in applying for both types of positions, you may submit one application package that indicates your interest in both positions and contains all of the required components of each application.
Do you need dedicated time to start writing up your teaching and learning research? Would you benefit from discussing and getting feedback from your colleagues? Register for our Teaching and Learning Research Write-In on Tuesday, June 12 and get the time you need to focus on disseminating your teaching and learning research. Registration is required.