|Teaching and Learning Resources|
|T & L Resources Portal|
|Welcome to the Teaching and Learning Resources Portal. You will find resources on a diverse range of teaching and learning topics, strategies, issues and tools.|
|Original photo by Denise Carbonell, CC-BY|
Welcome to the Teaching and Learning Resources Portal. Here you will find resources to support your development both as a teacher and a learner. You will find pages containing an overview and bibliography on a diverse range of teaching and learning topics, strategies, issues and tools.
These resources are intended for anyone interested in teaching and learning, including ISW participants, facilitators, faculty, staff and students. Everyone is encouraged to add or edit pages.
Optional UBC Vancouver Course Syllabus Template
New Faculty Orientation Guide
Teaching and Learning Professional Development Programs
Departmental Teaching and Learning Centres
Departmental Teaching and Learning Contacts
Free Teaching and Learning Journals Licenses Available to UBC Employees and Students
UBC Education Library
Online Teaching Modules
Resources are categorized in accordance to the TLPD Teaching Pathway.
|Design for Understanding||Teach for Learning||Consider Your Learners||Develop Your Teaching|
|Design Principles for Multimedia||Active Learning||Classroom Climate||Curriculum resources|
Digital Tattoo Curriculum
Open UBC: resources about open scholarship and what it means to teaching, learning, and research
e-Learning at UBC
Flexible Learning Initiative
Global Citizenship Project
UBC Mix Initiative
Note: The list of teaching and learning pages has been temporarily moved to Sandbox:Teaching and Learning Resources for reorganization.
Instructional Skills Workshops (ISW) are 24-hour intensive workshops designed for graduate students and faculty members who wish to develop new teaching skills, enhance existing techniques and/or try out challenging new ideas. Working with your peers and trained facilitators, you will review important concepts in group teaching situations, give 3 mini-lessons, and receive valuable feedback in a supportive atmosphere.
For more information:
To access and contribute ISW lesson plans:
You only need to login with your CWL first.
You can use the following code to categorize your page under Teaching and Learning:
You can use the following code to add a page to the Teaching and Learning Resources Portal: