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Welcome to the CTL


  1. HyFlex Teaching and Learning Grants

    HyFlex Teaching and Learning Grants

    The HyFlex Teaching and Learning Grants will fund projects to promote student learning and support instructors implementing Hyflex teaching methods during the return to campus following the COVID pandemic. View more information.

    Call for Nominations - Educational Leadership Award

    Call for Nominations: Educational Leadership Award

    We encourage you to identify the educational leaders – both in formal and informal roles – who are making a difference in teaching and learning across campus, and nominate them for a University of Windsor Educational Leadership Award! This Award honours the contributions of individuals who have led significant and sustained initiatives to improve teaching, curriculum, teaching spaces and resources, and policies and procedures that promote effective teaching. Deadline: August 16, 2021. View the call...

    Anti-Black Racism Grants

    Anti-Black Racism Teaching and Learning Grants

    Grant funds will support academic units and educational leaders in implementing course and curricular reforms and innovations and faculty, and staff undertaking of scholarship on learning and teaching in their discipline as it relates to Anti-Black racism pedagogy. Application Deadline: Wednesday, June 30, 2021. For more information, visit the ABRTL Grants page.


  1. CTL Special Topics

    CTL Workshops: Special Topics

    Waawayaatanong Gathering: Educational Developers and Indigenizing Curriculum
    Instructors: Robin Attas, Stryker Calvez, Aisha Haque, Jaimie Kechego, Erika Kustra, Jessica Raffoul, and Jennifer Ward
    Delivered online: Tuesday, June 22, 2021, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
    The Waawayaatanong Gathering will offer participants a platform to network with others who support Indigenization on their campuses, and to share insights, experiences, and challenges encountered throughout this journey of Indigenization. Facilitators will share findings from a national study on the challenges and perceived needs of educational developers working to support Indigenization, as well as recommendations on how we might mobilize long-lasting change in Indigenizing the academy.

    Anti-Racism Allyship Across Racialized Groups
    Instructors: Jane Ku, Sylvia Mcadam, Kevin Milne, and Lana Parker
    Delivered online: Wednesday, June 23, 2021, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
    There is tremendous diversity throughout racialized groups. There is a common thread of experiencing racism, however, some very different historical and current experiences of racism and colonialism. How do we come together in allyship across racialized groups to bring voices, visions, and activism for change to life?

    Indigenous Curriculum & Pedagogy

    Understanding Indigenization

    Instructor: Jaimie Kechego
    Delivered Online: Tuesday, July 13, 2021, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
    In this session, we will explore what is meant by Indigenization, how it relates to decolonization and reconciliation, why it’s important, and how you, as a curriculum developer, can participate.

    For more information, or to register,

    Meaningful Integration of Indigenous Epistemologies and Pedagogies

    Instructor: Jaimie Kechego
    Delivered Online: Tuesday, July 27, 2021, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
    This session will provide a discussion of Indigenous epistemologies and pedagogies and how these can be interwoven in curriculum design and development.

    For more information, or to register,

    Blackboard Learn Training

    Blackboard Learn Training

    The Centre for Teaching and Learning provides individual consultations, group workshops, and online self-paced courses about the use of the University’s learning management system, Blackboard Learn. Faculty, sessional instructors, staff, and GAs are welcome to register.

    Online Courses | F-2-F Workshops