Departmental Graduate Student Instruction Training
A formal three-step instructional training and skills development program is available to graduate students in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, targeted in particular at students interested in becoming instructors in a post-secondary educational environment.
The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning offers workshops as well as formal badge and certificate programs to graduate students interested in developing teaching expertise and skills that are relevant across disciplines in postsecondary education.
SAGES (SoTL Advancing Graduate Education in STEM) is a two-semester program for graduate students interested in pursuing university-level teaching in STEM disciplines, offered by the Faculty of Science. During the first semester, participants are introduced to Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and taught best STEM teaching practices. This is followed by a one-semester practicum under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
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Offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, My GradSkills is a comprehensive source for academic support and career development, connecting students with workshops and resources to help them navigate graduate school, internships, entrepreneurial training, and opportunities for personal growth to help prepare them for life after grad school.