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Jennifer (Jen) Braithwaite
February Faculty Spotlight – Jennifer (Jen) Braithwaite

Alumni and Faculty Spotlight: “Infusing the Personable into Teaching” “Don’t be afraid to be human! Everyone is trying to adapt and deal with the difficult...

Michael Ungar, Ph.D. - Keynote Presenter / Nurturing Resilience
Save the Date: February 24th, 2021 for CAFE Faculty PD Day with keynote speaker, Dr. Michael Ungar

On February 24th, the CAFE will be hosting the virtual Winter Faculty PD Day. We are pleased to welcome Dr. Michael Ungar, a renowned Canadian...

Dimitri Stathopoulos
Faculty Spotlight – Dimitri Stathopoulos

Dimitri Stathopoulos, a program coordinator in the School of Science Engineering and Technology (SET), encourages faculty to “leverage the collective wisdom of your colleagues. Everyone...

Amy Watt - School of Justice and Emergency Services
Using debates in the Police Foundations program to develop durable skills.

Amy Watt is a faculty member in the School of Justice and Emergency Services who teaches in the Police Foundations program. As a former police...

Sheldon Koufman
Faculty Spotlight – Sheldon Koufman

Sheldon Koufman is a marketing faculty member in the School of Business, IT and Management. Sheldon speaks about vulnerability: being vulnerable with your program team,...

MS Teams Video Call - Supporting Metacognition and Communication Skills in a Computer Programming Course 2x1
Reflections on Learning: Supporting metacognition and communication skills in a Computer Programming course

Stephen Forbes The Computer Programmer Analyst program team at DC is piloting a new approach of teaching and assessment of learning at DC. The idea...

Keri Semenko - Animal Care program. School of Health and Community Services
Faculty Spotlight – Keri Semenko

Keri Semenko teaches in the Animal Care program in the School of Health and Community Services, bringing her passion for animal behaviour and welfare as...

Teaching Tips Assessments
Teaching Tips - Assessment

Multiple choice questions are an excellent option for diagnostic and formative assessments leading up to midterms! Consider the following 5 tips when constructing multiple choice...

Global Curriculum Conference Research Report
Global Curriculum Conference Research Project

By Teresa Goff, MAD faculty This project arose from a mandatory College Teaching Certificate course for DC faculty members, which uses the DC Global Class...

Library Modules
Library Spotlight - DC Connect Online Modules & New Online Resources

To support online and blended course delivery, Librarians have developed three e-learning modules in DC Connect. The text, images, videos, interactive quizzes and activities included...