Students as Partners: A Q&A with Lucy Mercer-Mapstone

November 22, 2017

By Mike Thorn, Communications and Marketing Assistant at the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning While attending ISSOTL17, Lucy Mercer-Mapstone visited the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning. One of today’s major scholarly voices in […]

Haskayne Teaching Triangle Tackles Tradition

November 22, 2017

By Brent Snider (Senior Instructor, Haskayne Teaching Fellow, Faculty [OSCM]), Darren Ambrose, (Instructor, Faculty [ACCT]) and Leighton Wilks (Instructor, Non-Credit Teaching, Haskayne Teaching Fellow, Faculty [OBHR]) Haskayne instructors Brent Snider (supply chain), Leighton Wilks (human […]

Introducing Design Thinking into Teaching

November 22, 2017

By Derrick E. Rancourt, Professor in the Department of Oncology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University of Calgary & University of Calgary Teaching Scholar I am always changing my courses, introducing new elements and new ways of […]

Presenting the Taylor Institute Guide Series

August 30, 2017

Looking for evidence-based resources on teaching approaches and practices? The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning is pleased to present the Taylor Institute Guide Series, designed to further enhance our teaching and learning resources for […]

Student Assessment: In Theory and In Action

August 30, 2017

By Ashley Weleschuk, TI Undergraduate Student Research Assistant Gabrielle Lindstrom and Lynn Taylor, former vice-provost (teaching and learning) completed an extensive literature review on the topic of student assessment. They focused on research discussing assessment […]

Fika at the Taylor Institute

August 30, 2017

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 […]

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