48.00 Hours Required

Description

The Postdoctoral Scholar Certificate in University Teaching and Learning provides you an opportunity to develop evidence-based teaching expertise and skills that are relevant across disciplines in postsecondary education.

Throughout the program, you’ll develop skills and confidence in supporting student learning, success and engagement. You’ll also document your understanding of teaching and learning into a robust dossier that reflects your evolving experience, goals and skills.

This certificate will enable University of Calgary postdoctoral scholars on diverse career paths in academia, government, industry and non-profit to gain essential teaching and learning skills and knowledge.

This is a continuous enrolment program designed to give you flexibility in how you decide to structure your learning.

Effective September 1, 2020: If you are/were a University of Calgary postdoctoral scholar and you have earned any four out of five badges, you will be eligible to apply for a Postdoctoral Scholar Certificate. Badges listed below for reference:

  • Developing Your Teaching Dossier
  • Emerging Teachers Development
  • Learning Spaces & Digital Pedagogies
  • SoTL Foundations
  • Theories and Practices
    • Formerly listed as Theories and Issues in Postsecondary Learning and Teaching

Participants are welcome to complete all five badges.

For more information about the certificate, please visit the Taylor Institute website.

Who can I talk to?

For more information regarding workshop registration or certificate planning, contact tiprograms@ucalgary.ca.    

Additional Details

Courses

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