Teaching and learning

Mandate

An outcome of the pandemic has been renewed interest in strengthening and investing in our teaching and learning approaches, technologies and learning environments. Led with the faculties, consultations with Concordia stakeholders will be undertaken in order to build an appropriate strategy to adequately support future investments in teaching and learning.

A leadership committee comprised of representation from the Advisory Committee on Teaching and Learning (ACTL) is overseeing this federated approach to building the plan.

Learn more about the Future of Teaching and Learning project phases

Recommendations for validation

The Future of Teaching and Learning working group is currently in phase 2 of their project.

The recommendations below emerged from consultations with the Concordia teaching and learning community in the winter of 2022, and are currently being validated through a community engagement process. 

Core values

  1. Support a holistic learner experience 
  2. Foster student belonging and inclusion

Commitments

  1. Encourage greater program and pedagogical innovation

  2. Foster learner well-being and success 

  3. Value teaching appropriately

  4. Partner widely but effectively 

  5. Improve our institutional processes and supports


Advisory Committee on Teaching and Learning

  • Chair: Sandra Gabriele, Vice-Provost, Innovation in Teaching and Learning
  • Ali Akgunduz, Associate Dean, Academic Programs, Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science
  • Sandra Betton, Associate Dean, Professional Graduate Programs, John Molson School of Business
  • Rachel Berger, Associate Dean, Academic Programs and Development, School of Graduate Studies
  • Philippe Caignon, Associate Dean, Student Academic Services, Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Elaine Cheasley Paterson, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Faculty of Fine Arts
  • Asli Isaaq, Concordia Student Union
  • Thenmozhie Rajan, Graduate Students Association

Join the conversation to shape Concordia's future!

We'd love to hear your feedback on the recommendations from the working groups.

Send your questions, comments and suggestions to future@concordia.ca.

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