Teaching Talks

By September 25, 2018 No Comments


Get the straight talk on teaching from your faculty colleagues – McMaster instructors who are on the ground in classrooms.

The Paul R. MacPherson Institute invites you to join in conversation and participate in an exchange of teaching know-how hosted by an array of McMaster experts who will share their insights.

Teaching Talks is a series of talks led by instructors from across McMaster campus to discuss strategies, challenges, trends, and practical experience related to teaching. Topics include experiential learning, community engagement, teaching with technology and more! Come enjoy these provocative discussions – learn from colleagues, build connections and share your own ideas.

The talks are open to all students, staff and instructors. Bring your lunch (refreshments will be provided). Seminars are free but registration is required:


DisruptED is an online community that welcomes people who seek a deeper understanding of teaching and learning. On this site, we’re building an open-access forum with a cohort of curious teachers and learners looking to engage in challenging, complex, difficult, even disruptive ideas that interrupt how teaching and learning practices are conceived.