Academic integrity requires that you paraphrase and summarize other people’s work. Through hands-on practice, you will learn these skills and how to integrate your supporting research for improved credibility.
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Increasingly, academic job candidates are required to provide a "teaching statement" or a "statement of teaching philosophy" in their applications. For many of us, our attempts to write such statements turn out cheesy or inauthentic. However, there are concrete strategies you can use to make your statement persuasive and professional. Attend this hands-on workshop to begin or revise your own successful teaching statement. Led by Stephanie White, Instructional Developer, at the Centre for Teaching Excellence.
Are you a Masters or PhD student who will be completing your program soon? Are you hoping to remain in Canada and work full-time? Join the immigration consultants to learn what options are available to you.