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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, staff and...
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Teaching Fellowships at U of T

Teaching is not only a job but also a craft to master. The University of Toronto Teaching Fellowship (UTTF) provides teaching stream faculty with...
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The Science of Learning

Professor Tyler Evans-Tokaryk wants students to understand effective study and research skills and how these can be applied to other courses as well as...
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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....

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

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What are you rethinking?

University of Toronto Teaching Academy members and Teaching Fellows describe what they are rethinking.
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Supporting Innovation at U of T

As an institution, the University of Toronto encourages design and discovery but how does U of T support innovation among instructors and staff? The Instructional...
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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...
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Mapping the History of Sex Work in Canada

For Dr. Laurie Bertram, equipping students with the skills to locate, compile and critically analyze, and effectively present primary documents is an integral component...