Category Archives: Teaching and Learning

The benefits of handwriting

As someone who is pretty much attached to their iPhone and laptop keyboard, I had the disturbing experience a few weeks ago of developing a cramp trying to take notes by hand. As many of us get increasingly used to … Continue reading

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Resources in Project Management: Instructional Design Projects

In this blog post, I will look into few resources that could help in estimating activity duration in projects, resource cost and effort associated with instructional design projects. The first resource is a blog post by Donald Clark about “Estimating … Continue reading

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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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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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