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Teaching & Learning Days

Teaching & Learning Days

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We offer a number of different professional development days which are open to faculty across the college:

  • New Faculty Orientation is offered the week before the Fall and Winter semesters begin.
    This day provides an overview of the services and supports that impact teaching practice at Seneca.
  • Our Teaching & Learning Days are offered during the fall and winter study breaks, as well as during the break between the winter and summer semesters.
    They bring together faculty from across the college to network and share ideas about curriculum development, instructional design, and teaching and assessment strategies. There are opportunities for faculty to focus on deeper learning on the effective integration of technology into their classrooms.
  • The Teaching & Learning Summer Conference is our onboarding conference held prior to the start of the Fall semester.
  • Seneca’s Adobe Creative Jam and the Technology Takedown provide an opportunity for faculty to gain hands-on experience with technology tools they can use in their courses.

View the keynote presentations from previous Teaching & Learning Events.

New: all the resources shared from previous Teaching & Learning Centre events are available in a Wakelet space: https://wakelet.com/@Seneca_TandLC_Events.

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