Loading ...

Students and Student Success | The Teaching & Learning Centre | Seneca College

Home » Spaces » The Teaching & Learning Centre » Articles » Students and Student Success
The Teaching & Learning Centre

Leave Space :

Are you sure you want to leave this space?

Join this space:

Join this space?

Edit navigation item

Required The name that will appear in the space navigation.
Required The url can point to an internal or external web page.
Login to follow, share, and participate in this space.
Not a member?Join now

Students and Student Success

0 (0votes)
  • Understanding patterns of learning and development and that learners vary individually cognitively, socially, and emotionally.
  • Respecting diverse learning needs of students.
  • Incorporating relevant curriculum designed for future life/work success.
  • Creating an environment that supports both independent and collaborative learning, self-motivation, and active engagement.
  • Engaging in ethical and reflective practice.
  • Being available to students.
  • Being passionate about the subject, teaching and learning.
Core Literacies Description
Written Communication Create written works consistent with the expectations of the field of study that show an awareness of context, audience and purpose and adhere to disciplinary and genre conventions and forms.
Oral Communication Exchange thoughts and information, make clear presentations, and interact with diverse audiences.
Creative Thinking Explore ideas, generate possibilities, and develop alternate responses that foster creative thinking.
Intercultural Knowledge and Global Perspective Create an inclusive learning environment that fosters student engagement and makes connections between and among local and global issues and contexts.


Comments (1)



0 (0votes)