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  1. Teach and Learn Blog

    Call for Submissions - Teach and Learn Blog

    Join us in “telling our stories and sharing our knowledge” (UWindsor Aspire Strategic Plan)! The CTL invites instructors and students to submit blog posts focused on teaching and learning related topics or issues. Read more about Submission Details.


  1. Pulling Together: A Guide for Curriculum Developers

    Pulling Together: A Guide for Teachers and Advisors

    Instructor: Jaimie Kechego
    Delivered Online: August 6 – 27, 2024, Tuesdays, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
    I welcome you into the Indigenous Curriculum and Pedagogy space. Please join me in this new series as we explore what Indigenization means for teachers and advisors. Corrine Michel, Secwepemc faculty, and Janice Simcoe, an Anishinaabe educational leader, both at Camosun College, have said (personal communications, 2017), “Indigenization of teaching practice is an ongoing process rather than a start-to-end project. Thus, we need to think in terms of flow and ongoing learning rather than hoping to have a checklist that will guide the process to a finale.” A checklist may function as a life jacket, as it may be a way to stay afloat, but this approach does not provide you with the skills to grow and manoeuvre with this growth. In some ways, the checklist or life jacket is a comfortable safety device that could result in people “starting to drift back to normal practice, a sort of impermanent transformation.”

    Brightspace Training

    Brightspace Training

    The Centre for Teaching and Learning's Brightspace Workshop series provides in-person and on-line synchronous learning opportunities. Faculty, sessional instructors, staff, and GAs are welcome to register.

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