Join us as we kick off the CTLT Institute with a Keynote from CTLT Academic Director, Simon Bates who will develop a framework for effective learning and teaching.
This session will explore how education research results can inform post-secondary teaching practice.
This session presents a conceptual framework for designing blended learning environments that takes into account the insights from literature on distance, online, and classroom teaching.
The word “open” is increasingly being mentioned in conjunction with teaching and learning. Come hear about the impact openness has on pedagogy, student engagement, and use of technology.
Come join us to share your ideas and learn what others on campus are doing in in preparation of Truth and Reconciliation Commission Observance Day!
This session draws on complexity theories in education and the pedagogy of discomfort to explore ways to help students learn to deal with uncertainty.
Come experience what the Team-Based Learning (TBL) methodology is all about in this highly interactive session!
Join us to learn more about UBC's new flexible learning initiative to meet the varying needs of a new generation of students.
This session will provide an overview of open textbooks and explore their benefits and challenges.
How should you respond to formative feedback? During this interactive seminar, both the benefits and challenges of formative evaluation will be discussed.
This hands-on session will explore the use of various art forms in supporting teaching and learning. Participants will engage with artistic media to experience the impact that the arts can have.
Come learn more about the requirements for promotion to the rank of Professor Teaching and to hear from individuals who have gone through the process!
In this session, a panel of students and a language coach in the Academic English Support program at UBC will share their experiences to explore how the learning of EAL students can be supported.
Come and experience a lecture that uses an interactive flipped classroom approach and find out how to apply this approach to your lesson/course!
This workshop sets the stage for the development of your own teaching portfolio.