Teach Well Winter 2022 Programming

The Centre for Teaching and Learning is excited to announce the February Teach Well programming! 

Whether you are a long-time attendee or new to the Teach Well sessions, we offer a variety of synchronous and asynchronous programming designed to help you create and facilitate your courses. 

New this semester, there are  thematically organized offerings into such topics as Inclusion, Course Design, and Integrating Educational Technology into Practice. We’ve also tagged each session as either ‘Learning the Essentials’ or ‘Going Deeper,’ to identify  if it is a fundamental session, or one to further hone your current capacities. 

To view and register for Winter 2022 Sessions visit Teach Well Sessions, or visit Teach Well SharePoint.

Pre-recorded sessions on topics of Accessibility, Teaching Strategies and Transformative Teaching are available  on the Teach Well SharePoint under Webinars.


Registration Open for “Fundamentals of Learner-Focused Teaching for Non-Full-Time Faculty”

The Fundamentals of Learner-Focused Teaching is a comprehensive program designed for part-time, partial load, and sessional faculty at Sheridan. We invite any non-full-time faculty who are interested in enhancing their teaching and learning practices to participate in this program. This is a great opportunity for you to build capacity in your teaching and learning environment and to share and learn from your peers. In these sessions, you will participate in a series of dynamic and interactive sessions that are both synchronous and asynchronous in nature.

Please sign up for the Winter 2022 Session 2, as we have limited space:

Dates for Synchronous Sessions:
Two Saturdays – March 26 and April 9, 2022
Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm with a one-hour break from 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Location: Online
Registration deadline: March 18, 2022

*In addition to the synchronous sessions listed above—each week is focused on different teaching and learning themes—faculty will complete some self-paced work asynchronously. *

In order to earn a certificate of completion, participants are expected to attend the synchronous sessions, complete associated asynchronous content, and submit two deliverables. Please register using this link: https://ltsa.sheridancollege.ca/pdconnect/

If you have any questions about the Non-Full-Time Faculty sessions, please direct them to Supriya Habbu who will be the primary instructor of the course.

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