Ressources Pédagogiques

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Outre les Guides du RFPES, les Instituts, les colloques et l’examen des ressources, nous avons compilé un choix d’excellentes ressources pour soutenir votre travail et qui peuvent être transmises aux enseignants. Les ressources sont organisées par sujet et proviennent de sources nationales et internationales. Les ressources sont présentées sous forme de liste et décrites dans leur langue originale. Nous accueillons les ressources en anglais, en français et en langues autochtones.

Consultez les excellentes ressources dont les sujets figurent dans la liste ci-dessous:

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Resources by Topic /Les ressources sont organisées par sujet

Being an Educational Developer / Être un conseiller ou une conseillère pédagogique

Course Development / Développement de cours

Curriculum Development and Program Development / Développement de curriculum et de programmes

Decolonization and Indigenization / Décolonisation et indigénisation

Diversity & Inclusion / Diversité et inclusion

Evaluating our Impact as centres and EDs  / Évaluation de nos impacts en tant que centres et conseillers pédagogiques

Internationalization and Cultural Diversity / Internationalisation et diversité culturelle

Micro-credentials (micro-certifications, badging) / Micro-diplômes (micro-certification, écussons)

  • Resources for faculty members and program staff

Online Teaching / Enseignement en ligne

  • Resources for EDs
    • We are respectfully seeking resources
  • Resources for Faculty and TAs
    • We are respectfully seeking resources

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) / Avancement des connaissances en enseignement et en apprentissage (ACEA)

Teaching and Learning Strategies / Stratégies d’enseignement et d’apprentissage

  • Meta-Resources for EDs:
    • Educational Developers Cookbook curated by Celia Popovic (https://teachingcommons.yorku.ca/educational-developers-cookbook) – This is a collection of practical ideas offered for use by the educational development community. Based on the notion of a cook book put together by a community we offer Starters (ice breakers), Main Courses (ideas for workshops and events) and Desserts (ways to obtain feedback or evaluation).
  • Resources for faculty members and program staff

Teaching Assistants Development / Formation de professeurs adjoints

    • Undergraduate Teaching Assistants Development
      • Resources for EDs
        • We are respectfully seeking resources
      • Resources for Faculty and TAs 
        • We are respectfully seeking resources
    • Graduate Teaching Assistants Development
      • Resources for EDs
        • We are respectfully seeking resources
      • Resources for Faculty and TAs 
        • We are respectfully seeking resources

Teaching and Learning Awards / Prix d’enseignement et d’apprentissage

  • Meta- Resources for EDs about Awards:
    • Preparing a nomination tips for 3M National Teaching Fellowship, STLHE
    • Tips for submitting award nominations, ASHA, While not focused on teaching awards the suggestions about opening line and matching the characteristics resonate.
    • What makes a great teaching award nomination dossier?, University of Calgary – describes how to focus on the most important piece, and tips for the philosophy, alignment, authentic expression and critical reflection 
    • Chism, N.V.N. (2006). Teaching awards: What do they award? The Journal of Higher Education, 77(4), 589-617. – journal article about teaching awards in higher education, primarily considering three dimensions used in judging nominated candidates: criteria, evidence and standards. The author disregarded the standards in the analysis as they were not included in any of the programs. The study included a random sample of 144 teaching awards in 85 institutions located in 33 states. The author recognized that the evidence was detached from the criteria. Among all the 144 award programs, only two had the evidence aligned with the criteria for their awards. Criteria of awards selection sometimes are not specified, and if specified, usually take the shape of eligibility requirements. The results of this paper show the ambiguity of the conceptualization and evaluation of teaching practices in higher education. In an attempt to identify the criteria of excellent teaching, the author presented the results that merged from various studies, which identified three main factors: organization, communication and fairness in grading and providing feedback. Additional factors were also identified, which are rapport, clarity, enthusiasm, flexibility, and assigned workload, and mastery of subject matter. The author concluded with two recommendations: to identify the criteria of these awards and to align these criteria with the evidence required. 
  • Resources for faculty members and program staff for Awards
    • 3M National Teaching Fellowship, STLHE – Nomination package for an individual faculty member at universities or colleges awarded annually to up to 10 individuals for excellence in teaching and leadership in teaching and learning. 
    • Alan Blizzard award, STLHE – National award for groups of two or more individuals that recognizes and celebrates excellence in collaborative teaching and learning in post-secondary education.
    • D2L Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning, STLHE – National award that celebrates and recognizes up to five post-secondary educators each year for their innovative approaches that promote student-centred teaching and learning.
    • SoTL Poster prize, STLHE – awarded for poster at the national STLHE conference that engages attendees in an interactive way and to explore creative, effective and innovative teaching and learning practices
    • List of external grants, Queen’s University – identifies some foundations providing grants
    • Medical Education research grants list, Queen’s University – Identifies educational research funding for medicine and related areas. 
    • Check within your institution, some provide funding for research on teaching, or course or curriculum development funding.

Within Disciplines / Au sein des disciplines

  • Humanities
    • We are respectfully seeking resources
  • STEM
    • We are respectfully seeking resources

Contact

Si vous avez une ressource à suggérer, envoyez un courriel à edc_communications@stlhe.ca to pour envoyer votre suggestion à la vice-présidente des communications du RFPES.