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  • The Teaching Unconference

    Fostering a community of practice for postsecondary educators

  • Haskayne teacher receives international attention for his creative methods

    Brent Snider seeks to engage students in operations and supply chain management

  • Ecuador's abundant biodiversity inspires UCalgary master's students to 'connect the dots' 18

    Internship program in sustainable energy development empowers students

  • Care for some business theory with your tomato tartare?

    Haskayne students treated to gourmet snack and advice from local entrepreneur

  • Instructional Skills Workshop

    In collaboration with the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning, Haskayne is proud to host the Instructional Skills Workshop.

  • 'Anyone who walks into these spaces wants to teach in them'

    Instructors can apply to teach in the Taylor Institute’s flexible learning spaces.

  • Haskayne assignment sends tech management students into workplace for three months

    Students deliver projects for IBM, Council on Nutrition and local schools

The Haskayne School of Business Office of Teaching and Learning advances excellence in, and scholarship of, teaching and learning at the Haskayne School of Business by promoting an embedded culture of reflective and evidence-based practice to enhance an impactful student-centred learning experience.

Specifically,

  • Developing teaching and learning capacity through continuous improvement, informative seminars, research-informed practice, and technology integration;
  • Advancing reflexivity on teaching practice through curriculum mapping and review;
  • Fostering a community of teaching and learning practice through individual and peer consultation, collaboration, and mentorship;
  • Enhancing and supporting research and scholarship of teaching and learning at Haskayne School of Business;
  • Facilitating and supporting community based learning initiatives; and
  • Encouraging high-impact practices and learner-centred teaching that promotes student engagement.