Monthly Archives: January 2014

Setting Up the Online Learning Experience

The preparation for the online learning experience is similar to the preparation for the face-to-face environment; the main deference is “more planning must be done before students arrive at the course site” (Boettcher & Conrad, 2010, p. 56). To be … Continue reading

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Helping Yourself

A post from Tunu Sodhi, English Language Specialist: There has been a common question around the English Language Support for Faculty program. The question is how internationally trained professionals can improve their English on their own. There are many things … Continue reading

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How to approach that big stack of papers

A post from John Paul Foxe, Educational Developer, TA/GA Program: As the semester progresses, Ryerson students are busy working on their first assignments. In the weeks ahead, TA/GAs (and faculty) will find themselves with stacks of papers that need to … Continue reading

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Case Method in the Classroom, Part 2

A post from Maureen Reed, Director of the Learning and Teaching Office: I have recently been reading about case methods in teaching.  Those that use them cite their many benefits.  These benefits include teaching students to apply theory to practice, … Continue reading

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