Want to Learn More about Hybrid Learning?

Want more information on hybrid learning?   Enrol in the Hybrid Learning Microcourse 09 https://events.ufv.ca/tlc/events/new-microcourse-9-managing-your-hybrid-course/   Join in Chat-H (Hybrid Learning) When it comes to hybrid learning, there is no one-size-fits-all template for planning and implementing your course. Your approach will depend on your specific course, and student audience. We realize you may have many … Read more

Becoming an Ally to our Indigenous Peoples

The Teaching and Learning Centre extends its heartfelt sorrow and condolences to all families and survivors from Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation impacted by discovery of the unmarked graves of the 215 missing children from the Kamloops Residential School. Indigenous children were forcibly removed from their homes and communities throughout the province. We recently learned that … Read more

Seven Grandfather Teachings

Written by Lorna Andrews, Teaching and Learning Specialist, Indigenization I have been a part of the Indigenous Curriculum Specialist Network (ICSN) that has Indigenous representatives from universities across Canada since November 2020. I was invited to join this network to connect with others across the country doing similar work to mine. We have common challenges … Read more

“Ditch the Final Exam” – how and why?: A collaboration between UFV’s Teaching and Learning Centre and BC Campus

        Written by Claire Hay, UFV Teaching and Learning Specialist As we all know, the 2020-21 academic year has been different; highlighted by an unexpected pivot to emergency online teaching in March 2020 and then a move to online course delivery (in most instances) for the entire academic year that followed.  With … Read more

How are you, really?

It has been 13 months since we had to ‘pivot’ and make drastic changes to the way to teach and learn, and now another semester is ending.  It has also been three months since I have asked you how you were. So, I ask you again: How are you, really? As we transition towards summer … Read more

Accessibility Awareness Three-Day Online Event (June 1-3, 2021)

To promote and raise awareness for the National Accessibility Week, May 31 – June 4, 2021, the Teaching and Learning Centre (TLC) and the Centre for Accessibility Services (CAS) are hosting a three-Day Online event featuring keynote presenters, workshops, a student panel, and other relevant sessions to showcase and learn about accessibility. Save the Dates … Read more

Global Challenge: Vietnam Initiative – One Year Out

The Centre for Experiential and Career Education, in partnership with UFV International and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam have successfully piloted the Global Challenge: Vietnam Initiative with the UFV’s School of Business in Winter 2020. The initiative has been built on project-based and team-based learning pedagogies. An in-class research-driven … Read more

Innovation Spark!

UFV Academic Success Centre team featured in a zoom session during the PAWS event. Sandra Smith is top row, center. There’s nothing like a pandemic to spark innovation, and Sandra Smith, the Academic Success Centre’s Coordinator, was recently lauded for exactly that. She and two colleagues from Simon Fraser University, Ruth Silverman and Julia Lane, … Read more

Educators Journey Towards Reconciliation & Weaving Knowledge Systems Workshops

Educators Journey Towards Reconciliation (EJTR) This workshop will take us on a journey to discover challenges and best practices in decolonizing our education practice and the classroom. Based on your experiences and knowledge of Indigenous history and issues, we will explore strategies for creating a culturally safe learning environment and indigenizing through reconciling Indigenous worldviews, … Read more

Lunch & Learn with Dr. Rebekah Taussig

Join us for a TLC Special Guest Speaker Wed, March 31, 2021 (12-1 pm) with Dr. Rebekah Taussig Presenting ” Invited to the Table: Making Learning More Accessible for Students” Dr. Rebekah Taussig is a Kansas City writer and teacher with her doctorate in Creative Nonfiction and Disability Studies. She has led workshops at the … Read more