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GTEC In-Person

GTEC is a half-day course offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research and the Center for Teaching and Learning.
It will take place on Tuesday May 2, 2024 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. in CK 185.
GTEC is designed to prepare Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) for their roles and to enhance their overall graduate experience while benefiting undergraduate students' learning experiences. The course supports the university's commitment to providing quality education and ensuring all students have a positive and enriching learning experience. The course focuses on high-quality teaching techniques, grading, providing constructive feedback, and fostering a positive learning environment. Participants will also receive resources and guidance on integrating technology and innovative teaching methods to align with the teaching and learning vision of the University of Regina.
By attending this course, graduate students serving as GTAs will gain valuable skills and insights that will empower them to excel in their teaching responsibilities and help build their confidence in the classroom. In turn, this will contribute to undergraduate students' academic success and development, as the GTAs will be better equipped to meet their educational needs. Overall, this course reflects the University of Regina's dedication to fostering an inclusive and engaging learning environment and underscores the importance of recognizing and nurturing the potential of GTAs as educators. It also highlights the university's commitment to continuous improvement in teaching and learning practices, ultimately contributing to its academic excellence and reputation.
Upon completion, you will receive a non-credit certificate.
Date:
Thursday, May 2, 2024
Time:
9:00am - 12:00pm
Time Zone:
Saskatchewan Time (change)
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