By Cassandra Hendry, TLS staff writer For numbers and equation-based courses such as engineering, physics or math, handing in printed sheets of paper with page after page of computer-drawn graphs or equations is not always the best use of time and resources. For the ease of both student and... More
Educational Development Centre
Welcome to the EDC
Active Engagement: Success in the Classroom and Beyond
Join us on May 10 for our annual teaching and learning symposium as we explore how to create educational experiences that not only promote, but foster active engagement.
Read through the latest issue of Reflections
Take a look back at the academic year with Teaching and Learning Services. Check out the latest issue of Reflections, an annual magazine that features TLS’ best stories, tips and blogs of the year.
Upcoming cuLearn gradebook drop-in sessions
We’re holding a series of drop-in sessions throughout the months of April and May to answer questions and support faculty in using the cuLearn gradebook.
Active Learning Classrooms are coming to Carleton
Our two new Active Learning Classrooms are almost ready! Find out what all the hype is about here. If you're interested in teaching in an ALC this fall, contact us to explore the possibilities.
The Educational Development Centre is dedicated to the support of teaching excellence at Carleton University. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive range of technological and pedagogical teaching tools and resources to faculty, instructors and teaching assistants in order to ensure an exceptional learning experience for students in the classroom and beyond. Learn more about us.
Date: Tuesday, May 10 Time: 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Location: River Building atrium and conference rooms Register here Discover how to create educational experiences that not only promote, but foster active engagement at our upcoming teaching and learning symposium. Carleton instructors, students... More
By Emma Brown, TLS staff writer It was 8:35 a.m. Anne Bowker’s first-year psychology seminar had just begun. The first several minutes were spent reorganizing students into groups for discussion. Chairs were awkwardly formed around unmoveable desks until something like “groups” emerged. It... More
Wednesday, May 04 - 12:00 PM
Tuesday, May 10 - 9:00 AM
Wednesday, May 11 - 7:00 PM
Friday, May 13 - 9:00 AM