Date(s) - 02/12/2021 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
The combination of academics, extracurricular activities and social connections have a deep impact on a student’s ability to excel at McMaster. As educators, we must consider all of these criteria when supporting student learning experiences.
Join us for an engaging reflection and discussion on the ways in which we can support the whole student experience and promote flexibility and choice for students in teaching and learning this year and beyond. Participants will have an opportunity to hear from panelists and to ask questions during a live Q&A.
This virtual panel series aims to provide a platform for educators to discuss shared challenges, successes and experiences as they engage with the new Partnered in Teaching and Learning Strategy. These meaningful and timely discussions are an opportunity to reflect on what we have learned, what we can build upon and what initiatives can be nurtured in alignment with the strategy to advance teaching and learning at McMaster.
Sue McCracken: Associate Dean, DeGroote School of Business
Faith Ogunkoya: Manager, Black Student Success Centre
Nancy Doubleday: Director, Water Without Borders Graduate Diploma Program; Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy