We can help you with everything from designing a test or assignment through to transitioning your department and college to a different assessment system.

Assessment Design

Assessment Philosophy

Assessment Tools (rubrics, checklists)

Formative Assessement
Question Design

Outcome or competency based systems

Peer Assessment

(including assessment of peers in your group and assessment of the work of your peers)

Teaching Assistants (TAs) and marking

Top Hat for Assessment


Are you looking for more information on courses and workshops for graduate students and Postdocs?  Are you new to teaching and already have some experience but want to learn more?
Connect with our staff!

Active Learning

Academic Integrity/Plagiarism

Consultations for design or teaching of STEM classes

Consultations for design or teaching of Arts and Humanities classes

Classroom Observation

First year Undergraduate Research (FYRE)

Instructional design

Syllabus

You may visit the Experiential Learning page to learn more regarding this topic, funding information, it's priority areas, and other supports available on campus.  Connect with our staff today!

GMCTL offers workshops, non-credit courses and resources for graduate students and Postdocs who are new to teaching and who already have some experience but want to learn more. To learn more, please connect with our staff below.

The Indigenous Voices and the Gwenna Moss Centre team provide strategic and constructive support to academic leaders, faculty, and staff who are looking to develop or enhance their indigenization initiatives. Our consultations and programs are uniquely tailored to the specific needs of faculty, instructors or academic units. Please contact our staff below for more information on:

  • Indigenization advice
  • Indigenization courses
  • Indigenous knowledge and content
  • Indigenous pedagogy
Internationalization of teaching and learning is the infusion of global intercultural or international elements into curricular learning outcomes, content and learning resources, learning activities, and assessment tasks (including feedback) with the intent of developing different ways of knowing and learning, intercultural awareness, or intercultural competence in students
Are you looking for help to explicitly plan for and deliver increased equity, appreciation of difference and diversity, and inclusion within your learning experiences? Connect with our staff who can help you explore and select the instructional and assessment processes necessary to meet your needs and those of your students.

At USask, our approach is to gather information about our students’ academic performance as well as demographic and activity data that could pertain to learning success.  In line with our institution's Learning Charter commitments, this data will be used to connect students with appropriate academic supports and services, to personalize their learning experience, and to improve our academic programs.

Learning Analytics work is conducted under the leadership of the Office of the Vice-Provost Teaching, Learning and Student Experience in partnership with Information and Communications Technology, Student and Enrolment Services, and the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning. 
To learn more, please connect with one of our staff members listed below.

Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use and re-purposing. Resources may include full courses, course materials, modules, textbooks, streaming videos, tests, software and tools, or materials and techniques that are used to support access to knowledge. Contact our staff if you are interested in finding out more about OER and how to begin using them in your course.

Academic Program review or accreditation

Curriculum Improvement Fund

Curriclulum Mapping

New Program Design

We can provide individual or group consultation to any faculty who are considering starting a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research cluster. Please contact us to learn more about SoTL and funding available.

Student Learning Experience Questionnaire (SLEQ) is the new institutionally supported student feedback tool, which will replace our previous SEEQ tool.

Learn more about the Teaching Awards at the University of Saskatchewan and nomination processes. If you have further questions about awards please send us an email.

Do you have a question about your teaching portfolios, philosophy statment, and how to use feedback? Connect with our staff today!

Learning technology encompasses the full range of tools and media that can be used to facilitate teaching and learning. USask and GMCTL supports instructors to create engaging learning environments and provides technology solutions to support educational experiences both in the classroom and online.

Blackboard / Course Tools 
Classroom integration of technology
Top Hat
Online Teaching