Faculty

Teaching What's Important: Educating Students for Today and Tomorrow

11Dec201508:30
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16:00

Description: A one-day symposium for McGill instructors, focusing on strategies inside and outside the classroom.

Webinar: 5 tips to make your myCourses content more accessible

14Aug201812:00
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12:45

Within every McGill classroom, you will find a diversity of learners./tlsCategory: Teaching and learning

Mandatory Orientation for New McGill Supervisors (Spring 2018)

23May201813:00
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15:00

Graduate supervision is the backbone of graduate student success. In 2014, Senate approved a revision to the Regulations on Graduate Student Supervision, which mandates supervision orientation for...

Clarifying Expectations in Graduate Supervision (Department of Integrated Studies in Education)

4Jun201810:00
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12:00

Imagine preventing common mistakes and avoiding confusion when taking on new graduate students. Clarifying Expectations is about articulating roles and responsibilities in supervisory relationships...

Clarifying Expectations in Graduate Supervision (Educational and Counselling Psychology)

10May201810:00
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12:00

Imagine preventing common mistakes and avoiding confusion when taking on new graduate students. Clarifying Expectations is about articulating roles and responsibilities in supervisory relationships...

Designing successful peer assessment assignments

22May201813:00
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15:30

Peer Assessment (PA) refers to students providing feedback on other students’ assignments to help them improve their work. This feedback may or may not involve a grade./tlsCategory: GPS - Faculty ...

Feedback Strategies: Engaging Students In Dialogue

1May201809:30
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12:00

Providing feedback to students on their writing assignments can be a complex and time-consuming task. It can also be frustrating in that students don’t necessarily pay attention to feedback.

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McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. McGill honours, recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.