Profiles in InnovationThis ongoing project will highlight innovative practices in teaching at the University of Toronto, both online and in the classroom.
How do U of T's instructors and staff view innovation?
INNOVATIONS in TEACHING AND LEARNING ONLINE at U of T
BIO150 Library Guide
Jill Wheeler, Course Coordinator, BIO150
Heather Cunningham, Librarian, Gerstein Science Information Centre
Alison Parker, Head Teaching Assistant, BIO150
Nurse Practitioner: Virtual Simulation
Shirley Musclow, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing
Peer Assessment for Large Classes
Prof. Steve Joordens, Department of Psychology, UTSC
Dr. Faye Mishna, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work
WebOption Lecture-cast, UTSC
Coordinator: Centre for Teaching & Learning, UTSC
Physician Assistant Degree Program
Dr. Maureen Gottesman, Faculty of Medicine
Flex Mode Courses, OISE
Dr. Earl Woodruff, Dept. of Human Development & Applied Psychology
Diploma in Investigative & Forensic Accounting (DIFA)
Prof. Leonard Brooks, Director
HOW DO UofT INSTRUCTORS AND STAFF VIEW INNOVATION?
Laurie Harrison, Director, IT, OISE
Andrew Petersen, Lecturer, Dept. of Mathematics and Computational Sciences
What does an institution need to do to encourage innovation in teaching?
Costas Sarris, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering
How do you know when you've reached your students? How do you measure the success of your innovation?
David Perley, Dept. of Humanities, UTSC
When the word innovation is used, people often think of technology. Do you think the two are linked?
Janet Pelletier, Dept. of Human Development & Applied Psychology, OISE
Ken Derry, Dept. of Historical Studies, UTM
Liang Chen, Dept. of Management, UTSC