Cultivate educational leadership

A leader can be thought of as someone who “significantly affects the thoughts, feelings and/or behaviours of a significant number of individuals” (Gardner, H., 2011). Are you, or would you like to be, in an academic role where others look to you for educational leadership? Are you interested in sharing your knowledge of teaching and learning? Do you collaborate with others to contribute to curriculum development, course design, and other teaching and learning initiatives?

This section offers a variety of opportunities within and beyond CTLT to help you advance as an educational leader.


Celebrate Learning Week

Celebrate Learning Week is an annual week-long initiative celebrating teaching and learning opportunities at UBC.
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Course evaluation and renewal

We work collaboratively with faculty to evaluate whether students are achieving intended learning outcomes.
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Faculty Associates Program

The program supports professional development through training in evidence-based teaching practice, research and scholarship.
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Institute for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISoTL)

A research institute within CTLT that supports research and reflection on teaching and learning.
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Learning communities

Provide spaces for critical discussion, interdisciplinarity, learner-centered thinking, and social innovation to take place.
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Program evaluation and renewal

A range of support services from determining program focus to developing Senate and Ministry proposal documents.
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Teaching portfolios

Individualized one-on-one consultations, and occasional workshops, to help instructors develop their portfolio.
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