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Are you looking for an opportunity to share teaching tips with colleagues in other colleges?
Do you want to learn without having to leave the comfort of your own desk?

Program Description

Faculty Cyber Connections is designed for faculty wishing to advance their teaching practice through online collaboration with other colleagues across Ontario. The design of the program enables participants to analyze teaching and learning strategies, while exploring emerging technologies.

Program Outcomes

The Faculty Cyber Connections program provides opportunities for faculty to:

  1. Create a collaborative, interactive learning environment with colleagues through the development of an online community of practice.
  2. Use tools of reflective practice to enhance teaching practice.
  3. Explore a range of teaching and assessment strategies in alignment with learner and curriculum needs.
  4. Develop a coherent course curriculum that is learning centered and aligns all curriculum components - learning outcomes, content, learning activities, assessment, learning resources and the needs, abilities and interests of the learners.
  5. Create inclusive and active learning environments that address multiple ability levels and learning needs of a diverse group of college learners.


Module Facilitators
Module Participants

 

We have several focused, practical, interactive learning modules each of which can be completed in 6 - 8 hours.

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6 October - 31 October 2014
"... setting up an atmosphere for success"
 
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6 October - 31 October 2014
"...exploring learning outcomes at both the program and course levels, and in particular, the impact on the learning environment."

Are you ready for online learning? Take this self-assessment to find out!

Eastern Region College Committee on Human Resource Development
 
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