Discover the CTLT’s professional development programs, services and resources
Welcome to the Teaching Pathway
The Teaching Pathway provides access to the CTLT’s professional development tools for UBC’s teaching and learning community. Based on your role and needs, use the menus to find the events, resources and services you need to build your own pathway, or use the search bar to find resources on a specific topic.
A multi-university group focused on preparing future faculty by providing support for teaching development.
The Teaching Development Program (TDP) for New Faculty is a new annual faculty development program offering by CTLT. The TDP for New Faculty will help participants build a foundation for their teaching careers by providing a network of support around teaching and learning.
In this engaging two-day workshop, you will explore four stages of course design.This workshop is for instructors and TAs who are designing courses or modules, and staff in co-curricular roles who design workshops and non-credit courses.
Inclusive Teaching workshops offer participants an engaging space to share and explore teaching and course design strategies that support inclusive learning environments.
Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning (A-RTL) consists of educational programming and resources for UBC faculty, staff, and educators who wish to cultivate teaching and facilitation practices that support anti-racist solidarity.
Workshops & professional development opportunities supporting connections between your work at UBC and Indigenous perspectives.
This project provides examples and resources to encourage individuals to think about their presence online, building their digital identity and learn about their rights and duties as digital citizens.
These weekly Drop-In Clinics, open for administrators of UBC weblogs or websites, provide one-on-one support in WordPress and Wiki for Teaching and Learning or Administrative purposes.
Celebrate Learning Week is an annual week-long initiative celebrating teaching and learning opportunities at UBC through open lectures, information sessions, poster sessions, workshops and more.