The Centre offers three types of teaching workshops for professional development in teaching and learning: Teaching and Learning Certificate (TLC), Foundational Teaching Topics, and Speciality Teaching Topics.
These workshops are for Pre-and Tenured Faculty Members, Instructors, Sessional Instructors, Librarians, and Post-Doctoral Fellows.
Please click the links below to view details about the workshops and to register.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Workshops coming soon!
Teaching & Learning Certificate
2020 TLC Mini-Institute
TLC workshops coming soon!
Graduate Workshops are for current full-time or part-time Masters and PhD students and Post-Doctoral Fellows at the University of Manitoba.
Technology Support Workshops
The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning provides training opportunities for the following learning technologies:
UM Learn is University of Manitoba’s learning management system and is used for the deliver of face-to-face, online and blended courses. UM Learn is a solution used to distribute course materials, collect assignments, deliver quizzes/surveys, and has advanced grading capabilities including rubrics and a gradebook.
iClicker Cloud is University of Manitoba’s supported classroom polling solution. Instructors can use iClicker Cloud to poll students and receive immediate feedback to a variety of question types including multiple-choice, short answer, numeric, and target questions. Students can respond to polling questions using their laptops, mobile devices, or iClicker remotes. iClicker is integrated with the UM Learn gradebook and all accounts (student and instructor) are available at no-cost!
Cisco Webex is University of Manitoba’s online classroom solution. Instructors can use this solution to deliver online/flexible lectures and use the breakout group feature for small group discussions. All Webex accounts are free and this solution is fully integrated with UM Learn.
Lunch Hour Sessions
Lunch hour sessions are on hold until further notice.
New lunch hour teaching sessions! These workshops are held from 12:00 – 1:00 PM in Room 223 – 65 Dafoe Road. Bring your lunch and come and listen to faculty members share their new and innovative teaching strategies. Lunch hour teaching sessions are open to sessional instructors, instructors, librarians, pre-and tenured faculty members and graduate students.
Drop-in sessions. No registration required.
Lunch Hour Workshops are not eligible for credit in the GTP or TLC programs.