CETL-St. Augustine Workshop Registration Website


To register, click on the workshop name and follow the instructions. You will receive a confirmation email once you have registered. If the session is full, your name is placed on a waiting list. You will receive an email once a spot is available.

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If you change your mind about a workshop, please contact cetl-workshops@sta.uwi.edu. We will un-register you and a confirmation will be sent.

Mon. Oct 1, 2018, 9:00 AM - Wed. Jun 26, 2019, 4:00 PM (-04)

Want to improve your teaching skills and assessment methods? Curious about how to develop a learning outcome or an in-class assessment? Currently teaching at UWI as a graduate student, tutor or part-time instructor? Want to connect with others teaching at UWI? Then it sounds like the Instructional Skills Workshop is for you!!

The Instructional Skills Workshop or ISW is designed to provide a framework for planning and delivering lessons and a foundation for growing as a professional educator. It also provides a forum for participants to deliver lessons to their peers and receive feedback in a variety of formats. This workshop is open to all UWI employees and graduate students who have teaching responsibilities

The workshop is highly interactive and requires that the participant complete ‘homework’ between sessions.
At the end of the workshop, the participant will have:
• Reviewed basic ideas about teaching and learning
• Developed learning outcomes, lesson plans and assessment strategies
• Explored instructional strategies, feedback methods and classroom assessment techniques
• Designed, developed and delivered two-mini lessons
• Received written, oral and video feedback from peers

Note: dates for this workshop are March 8 (half day), 22 (half day) and 29th from 9 am to 4pm. To be successful in this workshop you need to attend all sessions and complete the mini lessons.

Wed. Dec 5, 10:25 AM - 1:25 PM (-04)

Virtual Learning

The Programme Planning Department is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom presentation at 10:30 EC time (9:30 JA time). Topic for this session is to be announced.

You will be connecting to this session via ZOOM. Note: It takes a few moments to download the associated software. You should login 15 minutes before the start of the session and/or login the day before to download the software. Once downloaded you will not have to download the software again to your computer (unless accessing the session from a different device).

Once registered for this course, you will receive an email with the link to the presentation. You will also receive an email the day before the session. Happy Virtual Learning!!