Teaching & Learning Institute events encourage 21st century skills and competencies for Selkirk College's students and staff.
Applied Research in Teaching and Learning – How to Write Your Burning Question
Program and Institutional Outcomes – Why They’re Important
Indigenization –Case Studies Developing at Selkirk College
VODcasting and PODcasting – What’s the Point in Flipping Your Class?
Powerful Partnerships – Instructors and Student Service Staff Making a Difference Together
Instructional Skills Workshop
February - March 2014
The Instructional Skills Workshop is a 30-40 hour blended delivery course for new and experienced instructors throughout the region to learn about creating, delivering and getting feedback on a learning experience. The course begins with a meeting of participants to introduce them to the online learning environment, followed by two face-to-face days February 11 and 13, 2014 where every participant gives and receives feedback on two mini lessons. The final work is completed at a work or volunteer location and online.
Learn more about the 2013 Instructional Skills Workshop event, 2014 info available soon.
February 20, 2014
Engineers, biologists, business owners and others form a panel to discuss what motivates them and keeps them engaged!