Master Classes for Faculty Program: Registration is open

Visit a Colleagues Course to see how a Colleague is Engaging Students Online!

The Centre for Teaching and Learning presents the following program for instructors.

Have you ever wondered what other instructors are doing in their courses?
Ever wish you could peak inside their course to find out?

Now you can! With the Faculty Master Classes Program, you have the opportunity to visit a colleague's online course to see how they engage their students in learning in the online environment. You'll also meet with the course instructor after you observe their course in an 1-hour meeting. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions about the teaching strategies and technologies you witnessed and dive deeper into their course design decisions.

For all participating courses, registrants can visit one course site at a convenient time for them from Monday, March 28 to Monday, April 5 with the 1-hour post-visitation discussion happening at select times during the week of April 5.

Participating Courses

Applied Mathematics 1201B (including a synchronous lecture)
Library and Information Sciences 9005
Psychology 1000
Studio Art 1601

Enrollment is limited, so sign up now!

For more information visit our Faculty Master Classes Program webpage.