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Shifting Perspectives

By Leelan Farhan, M.I. candidate, Faculty of Information Currently in its second year, Prof. Geoff MacDonald’s fourth year psychology seminar, Special Topics in Social Psychology...

Water and the City: An Immersive Learning Model

Is it possible to design a course that benefits its students, supports an external organization, affects societal change and redefines the classroom? Can cooperative...

Catching up with U of T’s Teaching Fellow, 2016-2017

https://youtu.be/oCryWLoWZDw
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Making A Mark: The rise of innovation and collaboration in Canada’s...

As with every discipline, engineering is faced with unique challenges when it comes to teaching, establishing learning goals and bringing those goals to life....
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The City as Classroom

As an institution with roots in the community for almost 200 years, U of T has grown and evolved along side the city of...
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Constellations of Knowledge: Community Outreach and Engagement

There is a trend spreading through post-secondary institutions on a global scale. This new movement, embraced by university leaders worldwide, is making community outreach...

University of Toronto’s Teaching Fellow, 2016-17

https://rethink.utoronto.ca/university-of-torontos-teaching-fellow-2016-17/
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Community in the Classroom

Fostering community relationships is important for U of T and one of President Gertler’s priorities. And while many courses have integrated student learning into...