Through courses, workshops, retreats, and consultations, we support faculty and staff in their design of learning experiences at Sheridan that are innovative, meaningful, and life-long.
Mandatory Courses and Processes
Teaching and Learning Fundamentals Program
- As per policy, all Sheridan full-time and non-full-time faculty must complete requirements of the Teaching and Learning Fundamentals Program. For specific details, please access this reference document.
- For a review of the Faculty Educational Development Policy and Procedure, please see Sheridan’s Policies and Procedures
Teaching and Learning Calendar of Events
Please see our learning events calendar, PD Connect, to register for workshops and events:
Specialized Workshops and Consultations
We work with Faculties and Programs to design specialized learning experiences for faculty and staff with respect to all aspects of instructional design. Example topics include inclusive and accessible pedagogy, active learning, authentic assessment and feedback, intercultural competence, motivation, difficult topics, student engagement, and blended and online learning. For focused support, our educational development consultants are also available for 1:1 consultations.
Want to learn more, book a consultation with us via E-Mail at this link.
Institutional-wide Learning Events
We are proud to come together each year formally to learn and to celebrate our community’s teaching and learning achievements at sparkTALKS. To see previous sparkTALKS and/or to view other articles go directly to the teaching and learning innovations within our community in SOURCE, check out all of Sheridan’s SOURCE offerings here: Sheridan SOURCE
Resources and Awards
We honour and support faculty excellence and development in teaching and learning through our Conference Scholarships and our new Sheridan Teaching Awards programs. Calls for applications are posted in the Insider. The next call for Conference Scholarships will be in September 2022 and for Teaching Awards Winter 2023.