Instructional Skills Workshop
For instructors, staff and graduate students in an instructional role who wish to strengthen their teaching skills.
Internationally recognized as a forum for peer-based instructional development, the Instructional Skills Workshop is designed to strengthen novice to expert instructors' skills through intensive, yet practical, exercises in learning-centred teaching.
Wed–Fri, February 15–17, 2017* | 8:30–5:00
Blusson Hall, BLU 10021, Burnaby campus
*During Reading Week
Note: Space in the ISW program is limited. If you are admitted, a $75 deposit will be required to confirm your registration. The deposit will be refunded upon successful completion of the full three-day workshop.
In this workshop, facilitators will provide constructive feedback and encourage participants to experiment and attempt new methods not normally used in their discipline. Video will be used to provide an individualized record of progress, and participants will be actively engaged in the feedback process. A unique and rewarding experience, the ISW not only builds skills and confidence, but also enables participants to learn from and foster partnerships with colleagues from other disciplines.
Participants who successfully complete the three-day program will receive a Certificate of Completion that may be applied as credit to the Provincial Instructor Diploma Program.
Mixing small and large group interaction, the workshop will engage participants in:
- Planning lessons and delivering them effectively
- Developing participatory learning activities
- Providing and receiving effective feedback
- Creating and participating in meaningful discussions about teaching