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Blog 178

Blog 178

A Model for Engaged Teaching at York By Luca Montana, Brian Nairn, Natalie Neill, Carolyn Steele, and Lynda van Dreumel Last year, the Associate Deans Teaching and Learning Council Sub-Committee […]

Blog 177

Blog 177

York Capstone Day - April 30th Did you know that Friday, April 30th is York Capstone Day?  This is an annual showcase where students across all Faculties at York present […]

Blog 176

Blog 176

Experiential Education Symposium By Sophie Bury, Rosanna Chowdhury, Lisa Endersby, Christina Marton, and Kathleen Winningham The annual Experiential Education (EE) Symposium, organized in partnership with the Office of the Associate […]

Blog 175

Blog 175

Student Accessibility Services Exam Tips for Faculty: Don't Miss Out! By the Student Accessibility Services team It’s the time of year when everyone could use a helping hand!  Student Accessibility […]

Blog 174

Blog 174

Reflecting on my Time with the Teaching Commons By Zahra Rafi Hey everybody, my name is Zahra Rafi and I'm in my third year of Biology here at York University, […]

Blog 173

Blog 173

Reading for Teaching By Lisa Endersby & Scott McLaren This week's video post highlights "Reading for Teaching", a program co-facilitated by the Teaching Commons and York University Libraries. To learn […]

Blog 172

Blog 172

Looking Back on First-Time Teaching Using Zoom By Anjalee Nadarajan When I received my acceptance to the PhD program in English during early March last year, I didn’t actually think […]

Blog 171

Blog 171

Should I Assess Student Reflections? By Brian Nairn Over the past few years, I have spent a lot of time in the realm of experiential education (EE) in my role […]

Blog 170

Blog 170

Land Acknowledgements in a Virtual World By Robin Sutherland-Harris Please note: This is as much a personal reflection as an imperfect resource, and we invite your comments, corrections, and reflections. […]

Blog 169

Blog 169

A Guide to Large Classroom Assessments By Eliana Elkhoury In an exploratory study on Teaching and Learning in Large Classes at Ontario Universities, Kerr (2011) found that all instructors agreed […]