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The Centre’s collaborative approach fosters a community dedicated to big thinking about curriculum, pedagogy, and creative ways to develop inclusive teaching practices that enrich the student learning experience.
The Centre was founded by building on the university's existing teaching resources to help better support the teaching culture and give faculty & instructors better cross-unit access and insight.
In January 2020, the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching opened its doors on the 7th floor of the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex, amalgamating six primary resources across the Office of the Vice-Provost, Academic (OVPA) and Computing and Communications Services (CCS).
The AIO is an information resource that seeks to promote a culture of integrity and educational excellence by informing, inspiring, and educating the members of the Toronto Metropolitan University Community.
The Curriculum Quality team partners with Toronto Metropolitan University programs to imagine innovative, evidence-driven curriculum initiatives that are student-focused, career-relevant, and inclusive.
The Digital Media Projects (DMP) office provides faculty, staff and graduate students who are teaching or assisting their professors, with assistance in the use of instructional technologies for teaching and learning.
Online and in-class course components are being integrated to create active learning opportunities for students and instructors, and these opportunities can improve equitable access to high-quality learning experiences for our students.
The EL Hub supports and provides resources for those interested in curating experiential-based courses and activities, and fosters a culture of excellence and innovation in teaching.
As the primary support for the teaching community at TMU, the Teaching Development team fosters a culture of excellence and innovation in teaching, working to continually enhance student learning across the university.
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Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences
288 Church St, Toronto, ON M5B 1Z5
7th Floor (DCC-715)