The University of Calgary Educational Leaders in Residence program ignites change to advance strategic institutional teaching and learning priorities. Leaders in Residence are scholars and educators from across the academy who leverage their expertise, experience and passion to build vibrant teaching and learning cultures. These educational leaders consult and collaborate with others across the university to lead innovative projects, in areas such as online and blended learning, graduate supervision and mentorship, academic integrity, Indigenous pedagogies and assessment of learning through partnerships with Vice-Provosts and the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning.
As educational leaders, they are responsible for developing and implementing high-impact, institutional teaching and learning projects that lead to clear outcomes and results. Through their work, Educational Leaders in Residence are provided with an opportunity to advance their academic growth, scholarly expertise and educational leadership.
Check back for more information regarding new Educational Leaders in Residence appointments for Indigenous pedagogies, graduate supervision and mentorship and assessment of learning starting in Fall 2019 and Winter 2020.
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Partnering with the Taylor Institute will not only allow for the development of programs that will expose supervisors to cutting-edge approaches to mentorship and graduate education, but also facilitate new research into pedagogical practice for thesis-based programs.
Dr Robin Yates, PhD
Interim Vice-Provost and Dean, Graduate Studies