Instructional strategies that are active and inclusive promote deep and durable learning in our students.
Online Learning Considerations for Faculty
Frequently Asked Issues: Online Learning Considerations for Faculty This document contains frequently asked issues that arise as we deliver courses online and will be...
Assessments are used in a number of ways to support student learning as well as provide valuable information for students and faculty. The model...
Classroom Management Classroom management is “the process by which teachers and schools create and maintain appropriate behavior of students in classroom settings. The purpose...
Academic integrity in teaching and learning is foundational to Durham College’s mission and an expectation of our community. Academic integrity is part of our...
Faculty have access to a Durham College training module for AODA standards related to Information and Communications. This module will help faculty determine their...
Universal Design for Learning
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of curriculum design and delivery principles aimed at creating an inclusive and accessible learning experience for...
Planning to Move your Course Online
Teaching during times of potential disruption requires creative and flexible thinking about how faculty can support students in achieving course learning outcomes. This page...
Student Resources for Online Learning
The CAFE has curated a list of resources for Durham College faculty to share with their students. The links below provide students with information...
Teaching Tips: Online Delivery
Be patient - with yourself and with your students. This is new for everyone. Compassion goes a long way. Consider providing a quick orientation to...