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At SLC, our vision is to be a globally recognized college, delivering innovative learning opportunities, and preparing career-ready graduates to be leaders in their fields. To that end, the CCTL aims to support faculty in their teaching and learning. We offer in-house professional development opportunities that supports those teaching in the classrooms of SLC, across our three campuses, by developing programming that addresses the following SLC Faculty Competencies:

  • Design effective instruction employing varied teaching strategies

  • Construct authentic learning assessment and evaluation

  • Build inclusive learning communities

  • Use technology to enhance learning

  •  Commit to continuous professional learning and reflective practice

  • Create engaging learning environments with a student-centered focus

See what's new @teachprof and @facultyfocus

Full-time Faculty Development Program

Learning Connections Conference

Semester Startup Sessions

 

online Courses

The following six online learning modules have been provided by Ontario's six Western Region Colleges (Conestoga, Fanshawe, Lambton, Mohawk, St. Clair and Niagara) who have long collaborated on the provision of a multi-phase College Educator Development Program (CEDP).

 

Western Region Courses

Creating a Positive Learning Environment

Integrating Technology

Introduction to Assessment

Lesson Planning & Active Learning

Outcomes Based Education

Teaching Professional

 

Other Teacher Training

In-Service Teacher Training Certificate Program
This program is NOT available to the general public. It is for faculty within the CAAT system as a means of professional development.

Teacher Training (OntarioLearn)

Assessment Strategies

Conducting Formative Assessment

Creating a Learning Centred Classroom

Creating Meaningful Assignments

Designing Lesson Plans & Templates

Developing Rubrics & Rubric Template

Rubric Generators: Rubistar / iRubric

Managing the Classroom

Preparing for Your First Class

Preventing Powerpoint Poisoning

Understanding How Learning Occurs

Writing Course Learning Outcomes

Teaching Students with Visual Impairments

Other College Teaching & Learning Centres

Algonquin College: Centre for Organizational Learning

Durham College: CAFE

Humber College: Centre for Teaching & Learning

Academica Group Blog

College Educators Development Project (CEDP): Teaching Resources and External Links

Education DIVE

Faculty Focus: Higher Ed Teaching Strategies from Magna Publications

Faculty Focus: The Teaching Professor Blog

Ted Talks

The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

External PD Opportunities

Aligning & Building Curriculum (ABC) Institute

Leadership Excellence in Academic Programming (LEAP)

Focus on Learning

Celebrating Great Teaching

The Teaching Professor Conference

Society for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) Conference

 

Feedback & Suggestions

If you have any suggestions for additional content or if you would like to book some one-on-one time, please contact one of our Faculty Coaches:

 

Christina Decarie
(Kingston & Tri-Campus)
Email: Cdecarie@sl.on.ca
613-544-5400 x. 1148

Julie Smith
(Cornwall)
Email: Jsmith@sl.on.ca

613-933-6080 x. 2207

Patrick Burwell
(Brockville)
Email: Pburwell@sl.on.ca

613-345-0660 x. 3288