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 Modes of Course Delivery

We provide a list of definitions in order to offer some consistency in describing various modes of in-person, distance, and hybrid learning for students and instructors, timetabling, and creating course timing and expectations.

Tech for Teaching Studio

 Tech for Teaching Studio

The Tech for Teaching Studio is now available for booking. Please contact Sally Goldberg Powell at sgpowell@ryerson.ca to find out more!

 

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 2022-23 Learning and Teaching Grants Recipients

The Learning and Teaching Grant Program (LTG), funded by the Office of the Provost and Vice-President, Academic, reflects the University’s continuing commitment to teaching excellence and pedagogical leadership, along with our community’s ongoing dedication to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the classroom.

Centring Equity and Inclusion

Podagogies

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Podagogies is our learning and teaching podcast that explores the pedagogy of post-secondary educators who bring scholarship to students in compelling, innovative, and surprising new ways.

Listen to the latest episode

Imagining Better Learning Spaces with Dr. Terri Peters

Dr. Terri Peters is an Assistant Professor of Architectural Science at Toronto Metropolitan University. Her research focuses on building design, sustainability, health and wellbeing. In this episode, we imagine the future of classroom learning spaces, the benefits of biophilic design, and what it means to invite students back to in-person learning after two years of remote teaching during a global pandemic.

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What are you interested in?

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Academic Integrity: Resources for Faculty & Instructors

Access online tools and resources for information about academic standards at Toronto Metropolitan University, and how to integrate policies in your classroom. 

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Tech for Teaching

Tips, resources and advice on incorporating technology and digital resources in your teaching.

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Faculty & Instructor Professional Development

The Excellence in Teaching Program (ETP), is designed to provide faculty with opportunities to enhance the impact of their teaching, and participate in a community of educators committed to excellence in teaching and learning. 

 

Virtual Consutations

Virtual Consultations

Get personalized guidance and support from our team on various topics, in collaboration with experts from Computing and Communications Services (CCS).

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Indigenous Education

A compilation of recordings and resources for self-guided learning, compiled for National Indigenous People's Month. Explore the videos, podcasts, and links to further your own learning and to celebrate Indigenous knowledges and scholarship.

Workshops and events

Workshops & Events

Get access to online workshops, panel discussions, and special events led by our team of facilitators and guest subject matter experts. Each event creates an opportunity for professional development and an opportunity to create connections with colleagues from various disciplines across the university. 

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Learning and Teaching Grants

The Learning and Teaching Grant Program (LTG), funded by the Office of the Provost and Vice-President, Academic, reflects the University’s continuing commitment to teaching excellence and pedagogical leadership, along with our community’s ongoing dedication to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the classroom.

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New Faculty Resources

View a list of important resources and learn about upcoming programming designed to help new faculty get their footing at Toronto Metropolitan University. 

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Podagogies: A Learning & Teaching Podcast

Podagogies is a learning and teaching podcast hosted by two curious instructors glimpsing into the strategy and improvisation that drives educators. We ask questions about what makes their classrooms tick, and we uncover compelling work of educators who bring scholarship to students in surprising ways. 

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Remote Teaching Hub

As we ramp up on-campus activities, we want to ensure we are still providing helpful resources for continued remote teaching and learning. 

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TA/GA: Academic Integrity Resources

Teaching Assistants (TAs) and Graduate Assistants (GAs) play an important role in promoting Academic Integrity at Toronto Metropolitan University. Check out the Academic Integrity Office's resources.

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TA/GA: Professional Development

The Graduate Teaching Development Program provides registered Toronto Metropolitan University graduate students with an opportunity to enhance their teaching skills, to develop a teaching dossier, and to earn certificates in higher education. 

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TA/GA: Workshops & Events

The TA/GA teaching workshop series covers many aspects of professional development, and are open to all Toronto Metropolitan University TA/GAs and interested graduate students. 

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EL Hub Resource Portal , external link

Visit the Experiential Learning portal and access resources to support the facilitation of EL activities for students of Toronto Metropolitan University. 

Virtual Proctoring

Virtual Proctoring

Access important information such as considerations when utilizing virtual proctoring and crucial tools.

Workshops & Events

Upcoming Programming

We are committed to student well-being inside and outside the classroom by providing faculty, instructors, TA/GAs, and staff with essential strategies and tools to ensure teaching success in a variety of learning environments.

Get access to online workshops, panel discussions, and special events led by our team of facilitators and guest subject matter experts. Each event creates an opportunity for professional development and an opportunity to create connections with colleagues from various disciplines across the university. 

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Register Online

To register for workshops and events, please visit the Learning Events Calendar or follow the direct links below: