The Centre for Teaching and Learning is always pleased to partner with departments and initiatives in and outside of the university community which enhance the teaching and learning experience at Trent.
Below is an overview of the projects the CTL has played a role with. The initiatives that have more content to share appear within their own page. Please click on the links on the right to view information on these collaborative projects.
Together with Academic Skills and Trent Online, the Academic Integrity online module was updated as well as a new university-wide poster campaign was developed focusing on the importance of student’s knowing their rights and responsibility.
School of Education & Professional Learning
The Centre for Teaching and Learning is pleased to collaborate on ongoing projects with the School of Education and Professional Learning (www.trentu.ca/education)
Trent Community Research Centre
The Centre is partners with the Trent Community Research Centre for projects focused on Experiential Learning including panel discussions, consultations and resource development.
Graduate Teaching Certificates
The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Trent University welcomes graduate students to enroll in the Graduate Teaching Certificate (GTC) program. Often, graduate students come into their role as a teaching assistant (TA) without any formal training or experience. This can make their initial experience a point of significant stress and difficulty. The GTC was developed to help transition Graduate TAs into their role by providing an opportunity for developing professional teaching skills and expanding pedagogical knowledge. This is a free program facilitated by the CTL and members of the Trent University teaching community.