With BLM and decolonization on many of our minds, we might wonder if we should broach these topics with our students, and how to do so sensitively. Check out our selection of titles to discover ways to incorporate anti-racism and decolonization into your teaching practice. You can find more titles on our Race and Racism Reading List, and our Self-Study for Reconciliation guide
Transitioning to teaching online is a challenge many of us have had to face. How can you make the experience better for yourself and your students? We’ve rounded up a few titles that offer strategies and best practices on teaching online. Our selections cover topics such as universal design, using visuals effectively, motivating students, and more. Connect with TCDC for more resources, workshops, and one-on-one help.
Whether you are a new or returning student, we can all brush up on our study skills. From time management, learning strategies, and dealing with exam anxiety, to communicating with your instructor, managing stress, and staying focused and motivated, we’ve got you covered! Don’t forget to check out the free Student Success Workshops offered through the Counselling department.
One of the biggest challenges for many students is being faced with writing an academic essay for the first time. Be ready for this milestone by consulting one of our many writing guides. You will find strategies to help you with every step of the writing process, from selecting a topic to citing your sources. The guides also cover many different types of writing assignments, such as research papers, creative works, business proposals, case studies, reflective essays, and more. For free, one-on-one help with your writing assignments, book an appointment with a tutor at the Writing Centre.