Upcoming Events

    Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

    The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) strives to enhance a learning-centred environment at the University of Regina.

    Be sure to check out our upcoming workshops, or feel free to contact us to talk about teaching, learning, and/or technology. We are located on the main campus within the Dr. John Archer Library, (LY 610)

    We recently completed our CTL 2012 Key Priorities document and encourage you to learn more about us and our plans for this year.


    News & Announcements

    • Winter Workshops for TAs and Grad Students
      • Training workshops for new Teaching Assistants will be offered in the third week of January, and workshops for graduate students interested in teaching in higher education will run from late January until April. Watch this space for schedules and registration!
        • Teaching Development Days, for new Teaching Assistants, will run in the third week of January. To receive a certificate and mark in your transcript, you must attend the requisite number of sessions. More information will be available shortly.
        • The Graduate Citation Program meets once a week starting in late January until April. This workshop, aimed at students interested in teaching and learning in higher education, will be led by experienced teachers and professors. Participants who complete the program receive a note in their transcript and a certificate.
    • President's Teaching and Learning Scholars Grants
      • We are pleased to announce the President's Teaching and Learning Scholars Grants for 2015-2016! Grant holders will be presenting on their research at the end of the grant period, and will have summaries of their findings posted to the CTL website. The 2015-2016 grant holders are:
        • Dr. Michael Cappello (Principal Investigator), Faculty of Education, Dr. Claire Carter, Women and Gender Studies, Leo Keiser, UR Pride, and Krista Baliko, Centre for Continuing Education: "Queering Teacher Education: Enhancing Teacher Understanding to Support Gender and Sexually Diverse (GSD) Students"
        • Dr. Kerri Finlay (Principal Investigator), Dr. Josef Buttigieg, Department of Biology, and Myra Zubot-Mitchell, Flexible Learning/Centre for Continuing Education and Faculty of Nursing: "Evaluating the Effectiveness of Online vs. Face-to-face Supplemental Instruction in Introductory Biology Courses"
        • Dr. Tom McIntosh, Department of Politics and International Studies: "Further Development of SPHERU’s History of Health in Saskatchewan Timeline"
        • Dr. Scott Murphy (Principal Investigator), Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Dr. David Gerhard, Department of Computer Science: "Development of a Responsive Online Homework and Quiz System for Large Enrollment Courses"
        • Dr. JingTao Yao (Principal Investigator) and Dr. David Gerhard, Department of Computer Science: "Student Centred Self-Assessment for Computer-based Skilled Development"
      • Congratulations to all recipients! We look forward to your projects.
    • Campus-wide Collaboration to Understand Student Diversity in a University Transitions Course
      • Join Dr. Wallace Lockhart and Kate McGovern for a presentation of our research and a discussion of where we might jointly take it from here on November 27, 2014 at 10 - 11:15 in LY 610. See the poster for more information.