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Mid-course feedback resources

Mid-course feedback resources

Find out how you can use mid-course feedback to adopt a learner-centred approach to teaching. Explore tips, question guides and more.

Keep Teaching Website

Keep Teaching Website

The Keep Teaching website supports faculty in developing their own strategies to continue to meet the needs of their courses online, if there are disruptions in on-campus teaching and learning. 

Beyond emergency teaching: support to level-up your online classes

Beyond emergency teaching: support to level-up your online classes

UBC creative writing lecturer Sheryda Warrener shares her experience of seeking technological and pedagogical support for her online teaching, how reaching out made a difference, and what she wishes she’d known in her first year of teaching.

Anti-racism in academia

Anti-racism in academia

In the September edition of Edubytes, our guest editors, Dr. Hanae Tsukada, Dr. Kari Grain, and Dr. Hartej Gill, discuss the role of Anti-racism in academia.

Online Teaching Program

Online Teaching Program

The newly launched Online Teaching Program is designed to help you adapt your course for the online environment and prepare you to teach online.

(Re)Orientations: Small strategies to support new learners (including ourselves)

(Re)Orientations: Small strategies to support new learners (including ourselves)

In the August edition of Edubytes, our guest editors, Dr. Laurie McNeill, professor of teaching and chair of first-year programs at the Department of English Language and Literatures and Kim Kiloh, director of the Centre for Student Involvement and Careers, will be exploring (Re)Orientations: Small strategies to support new learners (including ourselves).

Discover the techniques and practices of outstanding teachers at UBC

Discover the techniques and practices of outstanding teachers at UBC

Nineteen UBC faculty members share a diversity of teaching approaches in the second annual Celebration of Teaching Excellence event. Learn about these different innovative approaches to teaching, view the video clips of the presentations or read through the following slides.

Decolonizing Open?

Decolonizing Open?

According to Dr. Daniel Heath Justice, a professor in the Department of First Nations and Indigenous Studies, if people are interested in decolonizing open education, they have a lot of work to do.

Guiding principles for teaching in the fall

Guiding principles for teaching in the fall

This month in the Edubytes newsletter, Catherine Rawn, Tiffany Potter, and Kieran Forde introduce the subject of this edition: Guiding principles for teaching in fall 2020.

Celebration of Teaching Excellence at UBC – Erin Lindenberg

Discover the techniques and practices of outstanding teachers at UBC Dr. Erin Lindenberg Chemistry CHEM 121/CHEM 123 Clicker Question How was the midterm?   Why did you choose this slide? Learning chemistry is difficult at the best of times. In a large first-year lecture hall, students can feel like they are the only ones struggling. […]