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Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows

Most of the courses and workshops listed on this page are offered to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows but the GMCTL also offers workshops, non-credit courses and resources specifically for graduate students and postdocs.

Frequently offered courses

  • Transforming Teaching  One-term course for "newer" faculty members who are interested in exploring, with their peers, the principles, skills, and issues in higher education teaching.

  • Introduction to Teaching Online  5 week, non-credit course provides instructors with information and ideas for teaching online or hybrid environment.

  • Course Innovation Community A carefully designed sequence of workshops for selected applicants to actively participate in a cohort of their peers to progress together. They will also receive $5,000 in funding that will be transferred to their home unit.

  • Reflective Teaching Portfolio Short Course For faculty, staff and graduate student teachers who want to develop a teaching portfolio that is intended to foster reflection on teaching experiences to improve learning.

  • Instructional Skills Workshop An internationally recognized 4-day workshop on teaching practice.

  • University Teaching Basics Certificate Participants will be introduced to a variety of Teaching Strategies, Planning Approaches, Assessment Ideas, and Reflective Practice Techniques.

  • Instructional Basics Workshop An intensive, 2-day workshop that introduces instructors to the 4MAT lesson planning model and constructive alignment, along with other tailored sessions about teaching.


From Teaching to Research Publication: The Fundamentals of doing SoTL

Date: May 2, 2019
Location: College of Education

This conference features two exceptional keynote sessions structured as workshops on developing and conducting studies in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Scholars from the University of Saskatchewan and other Saskatchewan institutions are invited to participate. The morning session is focused on the process of developing studies. The afternoon session is focused on the publication process in SoTL journals, which may be an unfamiliar process for discipline-based scholars. In addition to the keynotes, there will also be a series of short research presentations from U of S SoTL scholars.

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Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning (GMCTL)

Contact the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning for more information about events, courses and workshops.