Events for Graduate Students
The Centre for Educational Excellence (CEE) offers teaching–related professional development for faculty members, instructors, teaching support staff and graduate students. Upcoming topics include How to Teach with Zoom, Open Educational Resources, Supporting Multilingual Students in a Remote Environment, and more.
CEE events, workshops and programs
Remote Teaching Support
For Spring 2022 (January 7–April 8), the Certificate Program in University Teaching and Learning will be delivered in person at the Burnaby campus. Sessions will take place from 9:00 to 12:00 on Friday mornings and will include a mix of activities, including small-group activities and discussions.
Are you a graduate student intending to apply for a teaching position? If so, reflecting on your teaching, improving your skills, and developing your practice may give you an advantage.
This is a four-month, 120-hour, Senate-approved non-credit certificate for SFU graduate students who are aiming for employment in post-secondary institutions. The program is offered in the spring and fall terms of each school year.
Prerequisites: Instructional Skills Workshop
Program Dates: January 7 – April 8
Location: in person at the Burnaby campus; specific location TBA.
The Research Commons is pleased to offer you a FREE range of workshops, developed in the context of SFU Library's Instruction Strategy. You can register for upcoming workshops and search by workshop date in our workshops calendar.
Join a Thesis Writing Group to make some serious progress on your thesis! The Thesis Writing Group is modeled after other successful online writing groups that use scheduled time to work on their writing with the (quiet) presence and support of other writers. The Research Commons remains devoted to supporting SFU graduate student researchers, even though we are now working from a distance!
The EGSA is run by members of the education graduate student community and provides a number of services to support education graduate students. The EGSA also provides student representation to the faculty, advocating for student needs and concerns. We meet once a month and all education graduate students are welcome!