Teaching and Learning
Resources for Faculty and Instructors
We have a variety of programs and resources to help faculty, instructors, grad students and postdocs that cover topics related to teaching strategies, assessment and evaluation, and other key and timely aspects of teaching and learning.
If you are teaching a class
we can help with...
Professional learning and development
- Workshops and courses
- Scholarship of Teaching
- Reflective practice and teaching portfolio
- Assessing your own teaching practice
- Graduate and Postdoc professional skill development
Course or curriculum design
Consultation and assistance when embarking on course or curricular (re)design.
- Experiential Learning
- Open Educational Resources
- Integrating Sustainability
- Grading and assessing students
- Syllabus development
Engaging and supporting students
Upcoming events and workshops
Dates: February 8, 11, and 12
Time: 9:30am - 3:30pm
Location: Health Sciences Building, Room E1254 (with additional break-out rooms)
Facilitator: Julie Mooney, University of Saskatchewan, Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning
Have you completed data collection, started analysis for a recent study, and are ready to write it up for publication? If you are looking for a block of time, a comfortable, productive space, free from the distractions of your regular work space, and want to work in the motivating presence of colleagues engaged in their own scholarly writing, this academic writing retreat is for you. Faculty members and researchers from across the disciplines at the University of Saskatchewan are invited to participate for 1, 2, or 3 days. Facilitation, academic writing resources, and refreshments will be provided. Bring your laptop and your data and spend the bulk of this retreat time dedicated to focused writing, with the goal of disseminating your research.