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Blog 168

Blog 168

A Highlighted Tour of the New Teaching Commons Website This week's blog post will take you on a highlighted tour of our new Teaching Commons website. Hosted by Brian Nairn, […]

Blog 167

Blog 167

Becoming a Doctor from your Desk: Tips on Conquering a Doctoral Defence Remotely By Ameera Ali A doctoral defence can undoubtedly be a nerve-wracking experience regardless of whether it takes […]

Blog 166

Blog 166

12 Days of Assessment – New Webinar Series By Eliana Elkhoury and Brian Nairn Do you find yourself stuck in an assessment rut, looking for fresh new ideas on how […]

Blog 165

Blog 165

The Rhythms of Assessment in the Context of Remote/Online Teaching and Learning – Part II by Maria L. Figueredo Welcome to Part II of this blog post looking at my […]

Blog 164

Blog 164

The Rhythms of Assessment in the Context of Remote/Online Teaching and Learning – Part I By Maria L. Figueredo I spent the summer 2020 months, as many of you did, […]

Blog 163

Blog 163

Alternatives to Traditional Assessment By Eliana Elkhoury Have you been wondering what alternative assessments are? Have you been thinking about different ways of assessing students? Did you ask yourself what […]

Blog 162

Blog 162

Reflections on a Course Re-design By Lisa Endersby & Natasha May In this video edition of our Blog, Educational Developers Lisa Endersby and Natasha May share their reflections on re-designing […]

Blog 161

Blog 161

Re-Balancing with SMART Goals By Heather Johnston Work-life balance has taken on a whole new meaning now that we’ve shifted online. For many of us, the commute is 100x shorter […]

Blog 160

Blog 160

Going Digital: Online Resources for York Faculty, Staff, and Students An Interview with Steve Gennaro Welcome to this video edition of the Teaching Commons Blog.  This post is an interview […]

Blog 159

Blog 159

Virtual Simulated Persons Supporting the Shift to Online Learning By Eva Peisachovich The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed how education is delivered worldwide. The resultant rise of e-learning, whereby teaching […]