Every year, the Centre for the Support of Teaching at York University offers new faculty members a chance to hone their teaching skills. The New Faculty Teaching at York (NFTY) Summer Institute offers a four-day program in two-day modules on a variety of dates beginning July 30 and continuing to Aug. 20.
Module 1 focuses on Planning for Student Learning
The first day concentrates on Planning Your Course Outline: Who Are You Teaching and What Will They Learn? and the second day, on Planning Your Course Outline: Constructing Clear Assignments.
Module 2 focuses on Teaching for Learning
One-day sessions include Engaging Students in the Classroom: Choosing Effective Instructional Strategies, and Working With Students Within and Beyond the Classroom: Using Technology-Enhanced Learning Tools.
The institute takes place in Room 1014, TEL Building. Sessions are scheduled in the mornings and end with lunch.
For more information, dates and to register, visit the NFTY Summer Institute Web page.