Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning

The Gwenna Moss Centre is committed to supporting and improving teaching and learning at the University of Saskatchewan. We have a variety of programming and resources to help faculty, instructors and grad students.

8:30am - 4:30pm

The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning (GMCTL), proudly located on Treaty 6 territory and the homelands of the Métis, provides service to the University of Saskatchewan community in (1) developing teaching practices and curricula that are scholarly and continuously enhanced and (2) creating inclusive environments that enable academic success.


The Gwenna Moss Centre supports teaching and learning through a variety of events, workshops, and ongoing programs. Explore this website further for diverse topics ranging from open pedagogy, learning technologies, Indigenization of the curriculum, to experiential learning.

Much of our programming is customized to the academic unit we work with. If you, your college, or your department need assistance with curriculum design, teaching strategies, or other aspects of teaching and learning, contact one of our experts below or email and we can start a conversation.

Mission, Mandate, and Values

Our mission is:

to support the achievement of the University’s Learning Charter and our mandate by:

  • Responding to needs and opportunities with our institutional and community partners
  • Ensuring effectiveness in our programs and services
  • Being strategic in our priorities
  • Inspiring and enabling indigenization and inclusivity across the University
  • Modeling our values and the practices we promote
  • Supporting professional learning and development

Our mandate is:

Supporting instructors in the continuous development of scholarly (discovery-led), inclusive, teaching and learning practices.

Supporting the provision and use of learning technology to achieve local and institutional aspirations in teaching and learning.

Facilitating curriculum development and renewal at the course and program level including implementation of high impact practices.

Providing opportunity for personal and professional learning for groups of faculty, graduate students and staff.

Contributing to the creation of an environment that fosters professional learning and continuous enhancement of teaching and learning.

Our values:

Our values inform and ground our work.  We believe in being:

Co-creators and partners
Open educators, researchers, and learners
Inclusive of different ways of knowing and being


Ryan Banow
Instructional Design Specialist

Susan Bens
Program and Curriculum Development Specialist

Frank Bulk
Manager, E-Learning and Innovative Programs

Stryker Calvez
Educational Development Specialist: Aboriginal Engagement and Education

Tereigh Ewert-Bauer
Educational Development Specialist (Inclusivity)

Stephanie Frost
Coordinator - Online Support

Carolyn Hoessler
Educational Development Specialist (SoTL, Assessment, Curriculum Evaluation)

Sheryl Mills
Program and Curriculum Development Specialist

Wenona Partridge
Educational Development Specialist

Giselle Patrick
Research and Evaluation Analyst

Heather Ross
Educational Developer (Digital Pedagogies)

Barbara Schindelka
Instructional Design Specialist

Nancy Turner
Director, Teaching and Learning Enhancement

Kim West
Educational Development Specialist

Jesse Witow
Information and Communication Assistant