Faculty Development facilitates sessions on a needs/interest basis throughout the year as part of the programming at CAFÉ.
If you have an idea for a Faculty Development session, or are interested in a particular web-based opportunity, please contact Paul Martin at Paul.Martin@macewan.ca
Faculty Development Day brings faculty together for a day of conversation and workshops about topics that we deal with on a daily basis. It allows us to learn new techniques for teaching, to address issues that affect our work in and out of the classroom, and to share ideas with faculty from throughout the university. It is also a great reminder of how ongoing professional development can help make us better at what we do. What better way to model for our students the importance of lifelong learning and the pursuit of excellence than by attending Faculty Development Day and participating in some of the myriad of workshops.
Faculty Development Day takes place prior to the start of Fall Term.
Please visit MacEwan Book of the Year for information on the book, related events, student contest, previous books of the year, and contact information.
The Retreat Experience of a Lifetime for Post-Secondary Faculty
If you are a post-secondary educator who seeks to enhance your teaching and ensure greater learning on the part of your students, then this is the perfect seminar for you. Whether you teach full-time or part-time, are a veteran teacher or new to the profession, the National Great Teachers Seminar in the Canadian Rockies gives you a unique and powerful opportunity to reflect on what great teaching is all about.
Goals of the Seminar:
- to CELEBRATE good teaching.
- to INSPIRE faculty to venture beyond the limits of our own specializations and environments in search of the universals of teaching
- to DISCOVER effective and innovative approaches to teaching and learning
- to STIMULATE the exchange of information and ideas between faculty and post-secondary institutions by bringing them together
- to REFLECT deeply on our own attitudes, methods, and behaviour as teachers in a supportive and engaging environment
- to RENEW our commitment to student learning and to our profession
For more information, visit National Great Teachers Seminar in the Canadian Rockies.
Paul Martin, Faculty Development Coordinator