Teaching & Learning Symposium

  • Recognizing and Valuing Teaching at UofT

    By Pam Gravestock, PhD, Associate Director, CTSI I recently had the pleasure of attending the inaugural Excellence in Teaching reception, honouring faculty who have received teaching awards over the past year.  Hosted by Vice-President and Provost, Cheryl Regehr, this event recognized the accomplishments of our great teachers – those who have received internal awards, such […]

  • Teaching & Learning Symposium: reactions

    The 2014 Teaching & Learning Symposium, held on November 3rd at Hart House, proved to be an inspiring day for the almost 300 attendees. Over the course of the day – and twenty-five sessions presented by U of T instructors, staff and librarians – teaching and learning in Canadian higher education was discussed, analyzed, and […]

  • Considering the breadth of higher education

    This year’s Teaching & Learning Symposium (held November 5th at Hart House) – “Higher Goals for Higher Learning” – was attended by 240 University of Toronto instructors, staff and librarians. This was the 7th year that U of T colleagues have gathered to present research, discuss ideas, share experiences and celebrate teaching through workshops, roundtable […]

  • CTSI: the view from the 7th floor

    With the start of the new year, we have settled in our new, albeit temporary, home. Our space on the 4th floor of Robarts is under renovation – our office has grown considerably over the last few years with the amalgamation of offices (Office of Teaching Advancement, Teaching Assistants’ Training Program and Resource Centre for […]

  • Caption This!

    Enter the 2011 Teaching & Learning Symposium Caption Contest for a chance to win a Dell Streak 7 Honeycomb Tablet. This year’s Teaching & Learning Symposium, co-hosted by the Office of the Vice-President and Provost and CTSI, will focus on the theme of Cultivating Teaching, Cultivating Learning. The interactive sessions, roundtable discussions and poster displays are […]