The Educational Development Unit of the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning supports the development of teaching and learning capacity at the University of Calgary. The EDU collaborates with instructors, staff and graduate students on implementing best practices and innovative approaches to teaching and learning. The EDU supports the teaching development of instructors and graduate students, the integration of technology to enhance teaching and learning, and scholarly approaches to teaching, course design and curriculum development.

Taylor Institute launches pilot Teaching Scholars program

The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning has launched a Teaching Scholars program, which is piloting in fall 2015.

The Teaching Scholars program provides support for faculty to pursue initiatives that enrich the quality of teaching and learning at the University of Calgary. Recipients will be appointed as University of Calgary Teaching Scholars and will receive up to $40,000 over three years to implement a specific teaching and learning initiative.

Initiatives may...

Teaching Community

The Taylor Institute Teaching Community is an online repository where educators can share their research and best practices, access postsecondary education resources, and join discussions about topics in higher education. The Teaching Community supports collaboration among teachers and educational developers with the aim of enhancing student learning experiences.