Monthly Archives: September 2013

Form + for Google Drive

For the last year, the LTO has been running a workshop on using Google Drive in the classroom. One of the tools available to the Ryerson community via Google Drive is Google Forms. This survey tool can be used to … Continue reading

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Assessing Your Teaching

A message from the Director of the LTO: My favorite part of my job at university is teaching my students.  Most often I find my students engaging but at times they are also challenging.  I teach statistics and many of … Continue reading

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Word Stress

In my position as LTO English Language Specialist, I get a lot of questions about where to stress a word. The rules of word stress can be one the most difficult things to learn in the English language. The main … Continue reading

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Bitstrips- Making Relevant Sunday Funnies for your Classroom!

I first heard of Bitstrips when I was tutoring . The student had a book report with different components he had to complete, one of them requiring him to create a comic strip for his favorite scene in the book. Seeing … Continue reading

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