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By Kiara Mikita, Lorelli Nowell and Kim Grant, Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning Without question, at every stage in our graduate schooling — and now in our postdocs — our peer communities have been a central part of what made the (More)
By Rachel Braun, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Program Specialist of the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning In the June 2017 Director’s Corner, Dr. Nancy Chick captures takeaway insights about the Swedish phenomenon of (More)
By Nicole Sandblom, Senior Instructor, Department of Chemistry, Natural Sciences Program  (More)
Connecting undergraduate students with community-based, professional learning Service-learning is being increasingly recognized as an effective pedagogical tool in teacher education. The opportunity to connect pre-service, undergraduate students wit (More)
Using technology to honour traditions in new ways The potential for technology to promote collaboration, connection, and creativity is being increasing realized in education. Whether in the classroom, or in the community, digital practices are hel (More)