Monthly Archives: March 2014

New Format for the Instructional Skills Workshop

The Instructional Skills Workshop is offered within a small group setting and is designed to enhance the teaching effectiveness of both new and experienced educators.¬†Read more about the ISW On February 28, March 7 & March 14, 2014, ISW facilitators: … Continue reading

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Trying new tools!

Inspired by a recent article, “Tales of an Indiscriminate Tool Adopter,” in the Chronicle of Higher Education, I decided to evaluate some of the suggested tools and see how easy they would be to implement. First was RAW, a visualization … Continue reading

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Happy Pi Day, Everyone!

Today is Pi Day and the Faculty of Science is celebrating by handing out some pie and talking about the number of the day! Click here for the day’s activities! Happy Pi Day! 3.1415926535897932384626433HAPPY832795028841971 693993751058209749445923PI078164062862089986280 3482534211706798214808651DAY32823066470938

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The truth about teaching at Ryerson

A post from the Director of the LTO, Maureen Reed: We often hear how faculty members tend to rely on the lecture as their main vehicle for giving content to students.¬† I am sure the lecture is alive and well … Continue reading

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