The ALT Centre is Brescia’s home for evidence- and outcomes-based education at Brescia. What makes us ‘advanced’ is our focus on students’ entire educational experience: we encourage excellence in teaching and Brescia’s delivery of high impact learning practices. We also provide space – both physical and otherwise – to facilitate learning. Through our scholarship in teaching and learning we aim to establish Brescia as a leader in student-centred, outcomes-based education for women.
The Centre for Teaching and Learning invites Brescia colleagues to a wonderful, free speakers series from June 3 to 7. Expert speakers include Peter Felten, Darla Deardorff, Jacqueline Ottmann, and David J. Helfand, and Kevin Lamoureux, who will be speaking about essential topics like reconciliation, intercultural learning outcomes, students-faculty partnerships, and more. Register online today through the CTL or visit their website for more information. Already registered? Contact Heather Campbell for more information on debrief discussions on Brescia’s campus: Tues, June 4; Wed, June 5, and Mon, June 10.
Join Brescia’s own Jennifer Foley from the Beryl Ivey Library as she continues our exploration of feminist pedagogy in the last ALT Centre colloquia of the year. A short talk on the fundamentals of this teaching and curriculum design approach will be followed by opportunities for questions and discussion. June 6, 1-2pm, UH Lounge. Register online today.
Planning Your Course?
The ALT Centre is once again pleased to offer individual teaching consultation appointments throughout the summer. Redesigning a course? Assessing your student feedback surveys? Developing a brand new course? Click to learn more…
Looking to try something new? The ALT Centre classroom resources are now available from the Beryl Ivey Library circulation desk. New additions include class sets of whiteboards and markers, game buzzers, and an electronic document reader! Book online today.