Seneca’s Strategic Plan 2017-2022 commits that the Core Literacies are taught, practised, and assessed in our programs.
Faculty are committed to ongoing professional learning and continuously improve their teaching practice, model lifelong learning, and exhibit leadership in their professional communities.
Faculty applies their professional knowledge and experiences to ensure that students are engaged and meeting learning outcomes.
Faculty understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and their discipline to create learning experiences that are both accessible and meaningful for learners assuring mastery of the content.
Educators need to know how learners learn and develop conceptual understandings to design and implement appropriate learning experiences.
In addition to having appropriate credentials and experience in the field, Seneca faculty are committed to refining their teaching practice through reflection, formative self-evaluation and formal and...
The Teaching & Learning Centre has developed the following self-paced online modules. Everyone is welcome to use the links below and work their way through these modules.
The Teaching & Learning Centre Nutshells are a series of quick, self-paced, online professional learning modules for faculty.
Additional resources and strategies for creating effective teaching portfolios and contact information.
Creating electronic faculty portfolios allows for more flexibility and accessibility if you choose to share with peers.
There are required components and evidence required for your faculty portfolio.
The Faculty Portfolio is built around Seneca College’s Standards of Practice for faculty.
A micro-credential is a recognition of learning awarded for the achievement of a small set of specific competencies.
Webinar recordings on Learn@Seneca, Adobe Spark, H5P, Screencasting, Blackboard Ally, Adobe Premiere Rush, Zoom, BigBlueButton, Microsoft Teams, Webex, and Mentimeter.
We offer a number of different professional development days which are open to faculty across the college.
A professional development plan has been created for Seneca’s non full-time faculty members.
Through the process of inquiry and critical reflection, the practices and assumptions on which decisions about teaching are based will be discussed.
Technology-Enhanced Learning is designed to help participants explore and use academic technology to enhance teaching and learning.
Foundations of Teaching and Learning (FTL) is designed to help faculty develop and/or further their proficiencies in the area of curriculum planning, design, delivery, and assessment of student learni...
The Faculty Development Program is designed to help faculty develop and/or demonstrate teaching-related practices in a flexible and practical way.
This website is intended to provide general guidelines about how to prepare and assemble the expected components of the Faculty Portfolio.
Seneca supports the following web conferencing tools: BigBlueButton, Microsoft Teams, Webex, and Zoom. These tools can provide enterprise-level functionality for online teaching.
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