Techno-PedagogyThe Teaching and Learning Support Service (TLSS) workshops on techno-pedagogy address various aspects of the use of technologies in higher education, and aim to provide support to faculty members.
They will provide you with advice and assistance in developing strategies that support teaching, and educational use of technologies, such as:
- developing techno-pedagical scenarios
- designing environments and mediated learning tools
- integrating new TI in teaching initiatives
- operating and using various tools used in the development of techno-pedagogical projects
If you wish to get training on a techno-pedagogy topic that we do not currently offer, please contact us so we can discuss the possibility of adding this topic in one of our future series.
While we offer workshops related to techno-pedagogy, we also provide workshops on pedagogy. Click here to find out more...
Vanier Hall - Room 1042
All our workshops, lectures and other activities related to professional development for faculty are generally offered in our room which is on Vanier Hall’s ground floor (136, Jean-Jacques Lussier - VNR1042).
This room is equipped with projectors, multiple screens, a podium (that is identical to those that can be found in classrooms) and cameras that we use to record sessions if necessary.
For person with reduced mobility, please note that Vanier Hall’s ground floor can be accessed by using the door located at 120, University, the main entrance of the Faculty of Social Sciences building. Accessible washrooms are on the same floor. During the fall and winter sessions, hallways may sometimes be crowded as many large classrooms are located next to our room.
This room has removable rectangular tables that allow us to configure the workspace according to the needs (e.g. traditional classroom, group work, etc.).
Coffee, tea and water are usually offered during the workshops.
Upcoming events at this location
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning encourages using research to inform teaching, and publishing about experiences and innovations in teaching and learning. Active learning is an educational approach where students are not passively waiting for knowledge to be transferred to them, but are actively involved in the process.
This workshop will look at pedagogical approaches that include community service learning (CSL).
Diversity and Learning Series
This workshop brings together educators (professors, instructors, teaching assistants, and staff) to discuss challenges, benefits, and strategies for inclusive internationalization and global competencies (diversity in the classroom, internationalization at home, intercultural competencies and strategies, and global citizenship).
A well-designed course structure makes it easier for you to teach. Whether you are designing a face-to-face, a blended, or a completely online course, this workshop is for you!
This workshop is also offered in French from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., on May 8, 2019.
Diversity and Learning Series
How do Indigenous students learn? What’s the best way to support them? Which Indigenous perspectives are beneficial to all learners?
Workshop in English