A simple way to build community in the classroom or online is to incorporate icebreakers, energizers, and closers into your lessons.
Share these resources with your students.
The Faculty Playground is equipped with current technologies for faculty to explore and create activities and lessons to use in their own classrooms.
A podcast from the Teaching & Learning Centre. In each episode, we hear stories from faculty about unique strategies and initiatives in their classes.
Seneca has an Enterprise license agreement for the use of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite of products.
The Seneca Case Development Centre is about supporting faculty to create relevant college-level cases to bring more of the real world into the classroom.
We’ve compiled a collection of teaching tips and ideas that will support you in the classroom whether you are new to the college or a seasoned instructor.
These resources and ideas which will help you understand groups and will help you construct better group activities for your students.
eCampusOntario has a call for OER reviewers.
Who can help you with OERs?
What material needs to be made accessible? What kind of accessibility statement needs to accompany an open textbook?
You may choose to create your own OER if you cannot find one to adapt, or you may already have content created but would now like to share it.
There is a lot of great content already developed but maybe it’s not quite right for your course. The great thing about OERs, in most cases, is you can modify the content as you wish!
The process of evaluating OERs is similar to evaluating textbooks.
OERs developed by faculty at Seneca.
The OER Committee has put together some draft workflows to assist faculty interested in using OERs or alternative textbooks and course materials.
The committee was struck in Spring of 2017 as a sub-committee of the Educational Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC).
OERs are "any type of educational materials that are in the public domain or introduced with an open license."
Seneca's Faculty Guide to Open Educational Resources and Other Alternatives for Textbooks
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Resources for Your Courses
Once you have SMART learning outcomes and an assessment blueprint, it is time to plan how you are going meet those learning outcomes.
Planning must take into consideration your modality, class size, classroom set up, and duration of your class.
Resources for getting you started on designing or developing a hybrid/online course.
The Teaching and Learning Centre has faculty resources available to help you design or develop your hybrid/online course.
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