“Goodbye Lecture Halls, Hello Active Learning Spaces”
CTSI wrote an article for Harvard Business Publishing Education on active learning classrooms and practices at U of T.
University of Toronto’s 14th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium
May 27, 2020
The CALL FOR PROPOSALS is now open
Submission deadline: March 2, 200
The Changing Landscape of Higher Education: Advancing learning, teaching and institutional change
February 25, 2pm-3pm
This panel will discuss emerging trends and ideas, and some of the implications for the development of teaching and learning experiences, environments, and leadership in our institutions.
Learn more and register
View upcoming workshops on CTSI EVENTS.
Visit rethink.utoronto.ca to read about University of Toronto teaching and learning stories.
CTSI’s NEW REGISTRATION SYSTEM
To register for a CTSI event, you will need to log in (using your UTORid). If this is your first time using this registration system, you will need to create a quick user profile. NB: When you complete your user profile you will still need to click REGISTER on the event page. After that, it’s a simple UTORid login whenever you want to sign up for a CTSI event or workshop.
If you have any questions about this new system, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI) is a hub for teaching and learning at the University of Toronto. We serve instructors, graduate students and teaching assistants (through the Teaching Assistants’ Training Program – TATP), on all three campuses, providing leadership and support on all teaching related and student engagement issues. Visit the About CTSI page to learn more about our services and expertise and how we support U of T instructors and staff with teaching and learning related issues. At CTSI, teaching matters.
Graduate student and teaching assistants should visit tatp.utoronto.ca for information on programming, training and teaching resources.