The Learning and Teaching Grant Program (LTG), funded by the Office of the Provost and Vice-President, Academic, reflects the University’s continuing commitment to teaching excellence and pedagogical leadership, along with our community’s ongoing dedication to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the classroom. It focuses on fostering projects that implement evidence-informed pedagogical methods that have a long-term impact on the undergraduate and graduate student experience.
Bryan Koivisto with Anthony Morgan
Faculty of Science: Department of Chemistry
Karline Wilson-Mitchell with Denise Mcloed
Faculty of Community Services: Midwifery Education Program
Building Small-Group Student Collaboration in Partially Flipped Large-Enrollment Introductory Physics Classes in a Remote Delivery Environment and Beyond.
Creativity-Focussed Pedagogical Strategies and Assessment Methods to Support Student Mental Health and Well-being