Mentorship Programs

Do you have questions about your teaching and your students’ learning that you would like to talk to someone about? You can now choose from two cross-campus informal mentoring opportunities supported by the Centre for Teaching and Learning. The Teaching Co-Mentorship is based on a peer mentoring model in which colleagues provide one-on-one support and feedback to each other related to questions and concerns about teaching and learning. A Mentoring Circle involves a small group of 5 to 6 people from across campus at varying levels of expertise meeting regularly to talk about all aspects of teaching and learning.

CTL is offering a workshop to provide more information on each of these programs and to get you started on whichever one may be of interest to you. The workshop will be over the lunch hour so bring a brown bag; coffee and tea will be served.

Topic: Mentorship Programs
Date: Monday April 14, 2014 
Time: Noon – 12:50 p.m.
Location: Telus Centre 233/235
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