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Highlights from the 2021 TA Institute

By Graduate Student and TA Development team posted on February 12, 2021

Explore the key takeaways from the memorable 2021 TA Institute. 700 registrants, 13 teaching development sessions, six themes, and one certainty: TAs are essential members of a course teaching team!
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Indigenization Q & A: a conversation with Christina Hendricks

By janice ho posted on February 4, 2021

CTLT's Academic Director Christina Hendricks reflects on what she has been learning in her role to support Indigenization as a leader on UBC's Vancouver campus.
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Student Peer Assessment: Case Studies

By janice ho posted on January 11, 2021

Student peer assessment is a powerful tool for giving students active management of their own learning. Explore first-hand accounts of how it's being used across a range of UBC courses.
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Keep Teaching Website

By Caroline Luk posted on October 6, 2020

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

By Sheridan Powell posted on September 24, 2020

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.
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