PCTC Tip Sheets--NEW!
Past Issues of PAIDEIA, The PCTC Teaching & Learning Newsletter
(Please click on the title to access or download a copy)
- Tired of Teaching Science Badly
- Formative Evaluation: Acquiring Mid-Term Feedback about Teaching
- Hope, Joy, and Caring in Teaching and Learning
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
- Academic Integrity
- Content And Discontent
- A Fine and Private Place: Making SOTL Public
- Learning Outcomes
- Millennial Students
- Multiple Choice Questions (Dr. David DiBattista)
- Presentations (Material from Dr. Gina Grandy)
- Seeking Useful Feedback from Students
- Seven Principles
- Student-Faculty Collaborations
- The Syllabus
- Teaching Awards
- Teaching Extraordinary Students
- Teaching Internship Program
Link to a comprehensive website of national and international teaching and learning conferences (from Kennesaw State University)
Link to resources from the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO) here .
Canadian Journal on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
A peer-reviewed open-access electronic journal created and supported by the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, current and past issues of CJSOTL are worth reading.
Herteis, Eileen M. Teaching Portfolios: Documenting Scholarship in Teaching. The Gwenna Moss Teaching & Learning Centre, University of Saskatchewan.
This comprehensive introduction to teaching portfolios places their use in the context of the scholarship of teaching and learning. It defines portfolios, describes steps in their creation, gives examples of portfolio sections, and includes links to other sources of information.
The Teaching Perspectives Inventory
The Teaching Perspectives Inventory was created by Dan Pratt and John B. Collins from the University of British Columbia. It will help you to clarify your dominant teaching behaviours, values and beliefs.
VARK Learning Styles Inventory
An excellent guide to student learning styles preferences, VARK was created by New Zealand scholar Neil Fleming.
Excellent resources and information from the Mount Allison University Library on how students can avoid the common pitfalls that often lead to unintended plagiarism.