CTL develops workshops and events throughout the year, as well as conferences that focus on emerging pedagogy and innovative teaching and learning practices. We also offer a full catalogue of professional development workshops that can be delivered at the convenience of faculty and program areas and can customize PD to meet the needs of faculty.
CTL & Partners: Supports & Resources
If you’re wondering what’s being offered this week through the Centre for Teaching & Learning (and their partners), check out these Supports & Resources for MyCanvas training, course design activities, self-care sessions, etc.
CTL provides customized PD for individual faculty, programs and community partners:
- One-to-one consultations for individual faculty on active learning and authentic assessment strategies, and teaching excellence
- Needs assessment and customization of learning and development solutions in collaboration with programs and curriculum teams
- Creation of online and face-to-face training for clinical and field placement supervisors
For further information contact catharine.ozols [at] mohawkcollege.ca (Cathy Ozols). You may also wish to see the CTL Faculty PD Catalogue for a full catalogue of professional development offered by CTL.
CTL & Partners: Workshops, Resources, & Supports
The list of Workshops, Resources, & Supports is continually updated with workshops brought to you by CTL staff and others. Check back often!
The inaugural three part Speaker Series took place during the 2016 Winter term and featured the theme "Creativity for Learning: Learning for Creativity." Thought leaders in creativity and creative problem-solving in education, business and industry, shared their expertise with us during presentations and workshops. Watch this space for information about the next Speaker Series.
The GIFT (Great Ideas for Teaching) event is the Mohawk peer-learning conference where faculty share their innovative ideas strategies and techniques, their successes and challenges.
Inspiring Minds Conference
Inspiring Minds takes place in the spring for the Mohawk College community on themes of emerging pedagogy, engagement and inclusion. Inspiring Minds brings together broad perspectives on teaching and learning, and applied research and innovation within the college.