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JANUARY FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

This month's Faculty Spotlight is Lukasz Buczkowski, who began his career at Durham College (DC) as a student and is now teaching in the School of Skilled Trades, Apprenticeships and Renewable...

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FEATURE STORY: PICTURING CHANGE

Picturing change: A Faculty-led Classroom Abroad takes students to Guatemala to learn about the United Nation's 17 Sustainable Development Goal Last October, seven students from...

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SAVE THE DATE: FACULTY PD DAY FEBRUARY 27th

Our annual Faculty PD Day is coming up soon! We're looking for faculty to present topics that highlight your innovative teaching approaches and/or practices.    Our winter semester PD...

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HELPFUL RESOURCES

STUDENT ACCOMMODATIONS AT DC What does the process of receiving accommodations on campus really looks like Do you know what the accommodations process for your students' unique...

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EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

The Office of Research Services, Innovation and Entrepreneurship wants your stories Are you currently involved in an experiential learning (EL) initiative, or planning an upcoming...

December Faculty Spotlight

This month’s faculty spotlight is Teresa Avvampato, occupational therapist and program coordinator. Teresa Avvampato has been at Durham College (DC) for over 10 years. Avvampato...

Teaching & Learning

Retrieval Practice Retrieval practice refers to recalling concepts or events from memory. It is a learning strategy that leads to more durable learning compared to...

Wrapping Up the Semester

Final Grade Submission The final grade submission deadline is Wednesday December 18, 2019 at 12 p.m. (noon)*. Final grades are submitted through DC Connect, using the...

Planning For Next Semester

Winter Semester is Almost Here The winter semester is almost here!  To start the semester on the right foot, here are a few suggestions for...

Creativity Community of Practice

The Creativity Community of Practice (CCoP) is a group of Durham College employees who have participated in one of the creativity problem-solving professional development workshops...