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Being Present in the Online Learning Environment

In March 2020, the University of Toronto moved to an entirely online/remote teaching environment in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Instructors,...

Creativity in Transitioning

In March 2020, the University of Toronto moved to an entirely online/remote teaching environment in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Instructors, staff and...

The Role of Compassion and Understanding

In March 2020, the University of Toronto moved to an entirely online/remote teaching environment in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Instructors, staff and...
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Adapting without Reinventing the Wheel

In March 2020, the University of Toronto moved to an entirely online/remote teaching environment in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Instructors, staff and...

Online Learning: Flexible Pace and Place

The University of Toronto continues to grow its fully online undergraduate course catalogue. To date there are some 25 courses available for students to...
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The Architecture of Active Learning

“The right tool for the right job” has long been a maxim for project efficiency. As educators, we understand the importance of fit. Courses...
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The Intersection of Innovation and Improvement and the Scholarship of Teaching

Understanding how to integrate research on teaching into the classroom and into the practice of instructors is a fundamental part of teaching and learning...
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The Feedback Loop: Open Communications and Collaborative Learning

While lectures have enduring value, challenging students and keeping them engaged sometimes requires a rethinking of the classroom paradigm and traditional learning models. With...