Student Faculty Interaction

  • Spotlight on Students: Study Now, Succeed Later

    With August underway, you might think your students are focusing on enjoying those last precious days of summer vacation, but not everyone is waiting until September to think about studying – the folks at the Academic Success Centre  are only just getting started. Hosted in the Koffler Building at 214 College St. (just next to […]

  • Focus on Teaching: The Top 5 Things Your Syllabus Needs

    Your syllabus is the roadmap for your course. Designing it carefully can help you to identify your teaching goals, and help your students plan their study schedule.  Check our Top 5 to make sure you’ve got the basics covered. 1.       Course evaluation scheme:  Include a breakdown of the work that your students are required to […]

  • Finding Your Place in a Large Classroom

    As educators and advocates of higher education, we spend a lot of time discussing how to reach students in large classes (well, any class really) so it’s nice to be reminded what it’s like to be in the seats. A recent post in blogUT captures the life of a student in Convocation Hall (“Convocation Hall: […]

  • Spotlight on Students: Supporting Student-Faculty Interaction at CTSI

    Over the coming academic year, you’ll see a new “Spotlight on Students” feature in our CTSI: Focus blog, as well as in our online resources and faculty programming.  This feature is part of our efforts to enhance student-faculty interaction at the UofT. But what is this, and why is it important? In looking at student-faculty […]

  • CTSI Back-to-School Workshop Series

    From Tuesday, August 23 – Friday, August 26, 2011, the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation will host a series of “Back-to-School” sessions on a range of teaching topics to help instructors get ready for the new school year.  These sessions are open to all new and returning instructors at the University of Toronto. Here’s […]

  • Welcome to CTSI FOCUS

    First of all, we realize that starting a blog is not exactly cutting edge. If we claimed that we were breaking new ground by launching our blog then it would be fair to ask what year we think this is. Blogs have been a mainstay of the Internet for more than a decade now. Universities […]

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