Welcome to the PATHS Instructor Toolbox!
The Pedagogy that Aids Transition for Higher-Ed Students (PATHS) instructor toolbox was developed to empower and inspire educators
to create learning opportunities that support first and second-year students in their transition to university studies by developing
attributes and skill sets that will help them succeed in academic situations and beyond.
New to PATHS? Start here
Learn to navigate the PATHS toolbox
Getting Started with PATHS: Pick a Pathway
Looking for inspiration? Want a more guided experience on how to incorporate PATHS in your course? Select a pathway below and dive in!
Team-based activities open opportunities for students to develop essential teamwork skills, including communication, leadership, planning, accountability, problem-solving and conflict resolution.
Self-reflection helps students examine how they acquire information, learn and engage in opportunities to develop new knowledge, and improve performance and decision-making.
with Timely Feedback
When students participate in scaffolded learning and receive timely feedback from instructors, they are able to gain a stronger understanding and greater independence in their learning process.
Connections between content and real-world examples enable students to learn and remember information better as well as improves their appreciation for what they are learning and why.
Explore all PATHS digital resources
Looking for a particular learning object? Want to explore all PATHS content in one space? Find what you need in the PATHS library.
The PATHS PressBook is an Open Educational Resource that was designed for students as a full PATHS learning experience and tool.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Find answers to commonly asked questions on our FAQ page
Learn more about our project and what is next
Pedagogy at Aids Transition for Higher-Ed Students by PATHS, York University is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. If you reuse this work, please attribute PATHS, York University and include a link to https://www.yorku.ca/health/project/pat/