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.
We will be reducing the number of postings per week here on the CTL blog for now. We wish everyone a great summer and good luck with all their teaching and learning endeavours.
Just for a moment, let us think of ourselves as learners rather than teachers. Over the summer is a great time to be a learner when you work in higher education because generally things are slower. This is the time set aside for your own projects, for conferences and networking, trips and catching up on… Read More
I just read a fascinating article on The Teaching Professor blog entitled “Shining a Light on Your Assignments.” In it, Maryellen Weimer looks at how we choose assignments and how important it is to prioritize the development of learning skills alongside content acquisition. How many of us really think about what we are teaching students… Read More