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Getting ready to teach in Winter 2022?


Are you teaching at McGill for the first time? returning from a sabbatical leave? teaching on campus at McGill for the first time? If you are, this welcome package prepared by Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) will help you get ready for teaching this Winter.

What resources are available to help me prepare to teach in the Winter?

How can I get help with implementing learning technologies?

How can I support my students with developing their learning skills?

What other teaching support is available?

  • The TLS website has a wealth of resources, including examples of teaching strategies and assessments, and ideas for implementing mid-course evaluations.
  • Focus on Teaching (FoT) is an ebulletin sent to all instructors that has announcements about upcoming events, as well as links to resources for teaching. Access the FoT archive.
  • TLS Educational Developers are available for individual consultations should you seek advice and feedback regarding course design, teaching and assessment strategies, and more.
  • The Teaching for Learning @ McGill blog features posts related to teaching and learning—experiences, strategies, resources, opinions—in higher education.
  • The Teaching and Learning Knowledge Base offers a collection of information about course planning, course implementation, and online tools available to instructors. This repository aggregates documentation from multiple sources such as the IT KB and the TLS website.

Be safe and have a good semester!

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Associate Director, Learning Environments, Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University. Focused on our physical and digital learning environments and the appropriate and effective use of technology in teaching and learning.

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Associate Director, Faculty and Teaching Development, and Senior Academic Associate, at McGill's Teaching and Learning Services; former Senior Faculty Lecturer at the McGill Writing Centre; area of specialization: Second Language Education; loves teaching and learning!

(Photo credit: Owen Egan)

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