The Teaching & Learning Centre has developed these online modules to support faculty.
Classroom essentials - Need help?
Getting ready for the first day of class can generate a mixture of excitement and nervousness, whether you are new to teaching or have been teaching for years. It helps to have a mental checklist of o...
Inadequate planning for your classes typically leads to wasted class time, inability to achieve the required learning objectives for the class, and possible student frustration.
Under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA, 2005) it is your responsibility to ensure that all of your documents, powerpoints, videos, images, pdfs, videos, etc., are in accessi...
Seneca College is committed to expanding access and support to all students, employees and visitors with disabilities, by having as its goal a barrier-free learning and working environment to enable a...
Engaging students can be challenging, and understanding how adults (18 years and older) learn can be the first step in choosing different strategies to engage adults in learning.
Classroom essentials - 3. Assessing learning
An Addendum or Weekly Schedule (also referred to as a syllabus in some schools) is an individual professor’s document detailing a tentative plan for how the course will be structured over a given seme...
How do you know what topics to cover? Consult your course outline for a course description, course learning outcomes, topics, and an assessment plan. If you do not have a course outline for your cours...
This module is for new faculty, or any faculty, to find out information about the foundational requirements for getting started in teaching in the classroom at Seneca. To find out further information ...
Use the list of resources provided to receive assistance with managing groups in Learn@Seneca.
using the resource provided, find out how to adjust group settings in Learn@Seneca.
Using the resource provided, find out how to make groups available to students in Learn@Seneca.
Using the resource provided, find out how to manage group members, edit properties and enter students’ grades in Learn@Seneca.
From modifying group members, properties and entering students' grades, there are various ways for faculty to manage groups and support collaborative learning.
using the link provided, find out how to create a random enroll group set in Learn@Seneca.
Using the link provided, find out how to create a self-enroll group in My.Seneca.
Setting up Groups - Manual enrollment
Using the links provided, find out the three different ways groups can be set up in Learn@Seneca.
Group work provides students with the opportunity to engage in collaborative learning and build interpersonal communication skills.
My.Seneca SafeAssign Tool - Need help?
My.Seneca SafeAssign Tool - Using SafeAssign direct submit
Reviewing a SafeAssign originality report
Watch the video provided to learn how to test the student experience when submitting a SafeAssign assignment.