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Sustaining motivation: Engaging students in their learning (Webinar)

22Feb201812:15
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How can you help students develop expertise? How can you help students stay interested in what they are learning?/tlsCategory: Teaching and learning

Panel On Religion Today

16Feb201809:00
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Panel on Religion Today What do Canadians believe in, and what do young people believe in?

Customize your Course Evaluations: Writing Meaningful Questions (Webinar)

27Feb201812:00
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You may not be aware that instructors can add up to three questions to their Mercury end-of-course evaluation questionnaires. Attend this webinar to learn how to design questions that will allow...

Indigenous Leadership, Development and Governance

29Nov201716:00
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A public conversation with Grand Chief of the Cree Abel Bosum and The Right Honourable Paul Martin, Wednesday, November 29, Moot Court, 3644 Peel Street.

Deliberate practice and feedback makes progress: Teaching students to develop expertise (Webinar)

24Jan201812:15
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How can you help students develop expertise? How can you help students stay interested in what they are learning?/tlsCategory: Teaching and learning

Religious Heritage in Quebec and Catalonia

1Nov201703:30
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Public lecture: Religious Heritage in Quebec and Catalonia: Why Secular Societies Cling to Religion by Marian Burchardt, University of Leipzig, Wednesday, November 1, 2017.

September 2017: Make course evaluation results available to students by term

Published: 28Sep2017

Numerical results of course evaluations are accessible by McGill students and academic staff (hereafter, the “McGill community”) for courses when the following two conditions are met:

Lecture series: Inside Religion, Outside the Box

25Oct201719:00
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8Nov201719:00

Lecture series, Inside Religion, Outside the Box by The Rev. Professor Patricia Kirkpatrick, Rabbi Lila Kagedan and Haroon Moghul on Wednesday, October 25, November 1 and November 8....

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