Our 2019 conference theme is “Teaching and Designing for Diverse Learners”. We invite you to submit proposals for presentations, panel discussions, workshops, and poster presentations that share your practices and research related to inclusive education.
Donna Ellis, Director of the Centre for Teaching Excellence, is leading the University of Waterloo implementation of a research project to assess instructors’, staff members’, and students’ perceptions of university teaching culture. The research is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and is being conducted at eight other universities in Canada.
CTE's newsletter for the spring term is now available as a PDF. It includes items about recent recipients of teaching awards, reflections on our 2016 Teaching and Learning Conference, an invitation to participate in a Teaching Squares program, an update on CTE's external review that is planned for 2017, and more!
The Centre for Teaching Excellence (CTE) offers an intensive version of the regular Fundamentals of University Teaching program to a limited number of currently registered graduate students, who are interested in developing their teaching and presentation skills. This program leads to the same teaching certificate issued by CTE, as in our regular Fundamentals program (program completion is also recorded on student transcripts).