This session is an open forum for faculty and lecturers to share their experiences and challenges with supervising graduate students and supporting virtual graduate classes and programs during COVID-19. This session will host three breakout rooms. We invite you to share your experiences, challenges, and best practices with:
This webinar is part of a collaborative teaching and learning series from the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences (CSAHS) Hub for Teaching and Learning Excellence (“The Hub”) and the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics (LANG) Learning and Teaching Advisory Board.
The coronavirus pandemic and the extended lockdown have hit India hard. The country has struggled to scale-up testing and deliver care in both public and private sectors. In this webinar, the speakers will discuss India’s lack of investment in health and how that made the country vulnerable to the pandemic and its impact, and outline potential strategies for rebuilding the fragmented health system. Speakers: Rupa Subramanya
This interactive workshop will explore how to you can use active and collaborative learning techniques to support both what and how your students learn. Active learning exists on a continuum, and while it does require instructors to decide how best to adopt various approaches, it can be used in a variety of settings to effectively support student development. In this session, we hope to debunk some of the myths about active learning while providing you with tangible resources and strategies for you to consider in your own teaching approaches.
COVID-19 + Food Security: The Intersection June 9th at 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Register now Before COVID-19 arrived on the scene, food security was already an issue in our communities and around the world. How has the pandemic exacerbated this problem, and where do we go next to address them both?
This session will explore effective and flexible course design principles to support instructors in their preparations for the upcoming semester. Leveraging evidence from the literature related to universal design and flexible instructional design, we will not only identify several approaches to develop course and lessons in an uncertain time, but also discuss tangible teaching strategies and tools. Specifically, this webinar will cover some of the following topics:
Looking to switch up your course materials for the coming academic year? Consider using open educational resources (OER)! OER are educational materials (including textbooks, modules, streaming media, simulations, and much more) that can be an accessible alternative to commercially published textbooks and other course materials. OER are not only free of cost, but they are often editable and adaptable to ensure that you’re able to provide the best curricular content for your course.
The Summer 2020 Teaching and Learning Webinar Series, co-led by the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences (CSAHS) and the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics (LANG), will kick off soon! In the first webinar of this series, we are inviting instructors to share their experiences as they transitioned from traditional delivery to an alternative course delivery format in the Winter 2020 semester.
Afrobarometer Research: Methodology and Field Survey Technicalities in Africa Good quality data is essential for policy making and governance. GIDS visiting fellow Dr. Winnie Mitullah will explain how surveys conducted in over 35 African countries by Afrobarometer – a pan-African, non-partisan organization that measures the attitudes and perspectives of ordinary citizens – are helping legitimize public opinion as a pillar of African democracy.
A conversation with high-profile reporters about their role in the criminal justice system. Join Wendy Gillis (Toronto Star, Crime Reporter), Julian Sher (Independent Investigative Journalist) and Nicole Lampa (CTV News, Reporter/Videographer). Sponsored by the Criminal Justice and Public Policy and Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy programs.