Learn with Us
The ITL Program introduces new faculty to Teaching and Learning at RDC and provides a supportive environment for discussion, self-reflection, and practice.
The ETaL program is a credentialed Career Development Certificate where faculty meet in interprofessional groups to explore teaching and learning in post-secondary.
The EOTL program focuses on best practices in teaching and learning for all program delivery models, including blended and face-to-face.
Explore with Us
SGIF sessions are designed to gather qualitative data from students about their learning experiences which can guide the instructor’s planning.
A Peer Observation is intended to be a formative learning experience in which one faculty member observes another and provides feedback on their teaching.
As part of Open Classes, RDC faculty volunteer to open their classes to their colleagues as a learning opportunity which helps to develop their teaching practices.
Collaborate with Us
The Getting Started Workshop Series has now moved online! Watch videos about Blackboard, Office 365, Collaborate Ultra and more – anytime, anywhere.
The second annual CTL Teaching and Learning Symposium will be centred on the theme of Artificial Intelligence and the impact on post-secondary (May 10, 2019).
The Quiet Book Club is a chance to read a book, in quiet solitude, and then come together for a collegial discussion at the end. A no-pressure Book Club!
Updated August 21, 2018