York Teaching Conferences

 

This page contains information and links to pan-university teaching conferences and symposia.

Teaching in Focus Conference (TiF)

2018 TiF Conference

Rescheduled for December 5

Teaching in Focus (TiF) Conference is the pan-university conference on Teaching and Learning at York University. This peer reviewed conference is for all who teach or support student learning at York to celebrate teaching, share experience and innovations in teaching practices, make connections, and build and expand a community and scholarship of teaching and learning.

This year our conference theme is Student Engagement.

View our Conference Program for more information about our plenary speakers and concurrent sessions.

Registration now open!

TIF 2018 Posters

Effective Communication of Statistical Concepts during Statistics for SoTL Consultations (Audrey M.B. Wong-Kee-You)

The Joy of Learning: Engaging Students in the Politics of Global Health Policy
(Claudia Chaufan, Rubina Kharel, Samia Shire)

Previous TIF Conferences

 

Supporting Teaching at York Symposium (STAY)


Graduate students engaging in opening plenary of the STAY Symposium on Friday May 2, 2014

Supporting Teaching at York Symposium (STAY) is a pan-university TA conference in Teaching and learning. This conference is featuring sessions facilitated by the graduates of the Senior Teaching Assistant Program to engage TAs with conversations around a broad range of topics central to the role of a Teaching Assistant at York. All TAs at York are invited to this event and participation can lead to a ‘Record of Completion’ Certificate.

2018 STAY Symposium

Date: TBD – the STAY Symposium was originally scheduled for May 4, 2018, but has to be postponed
For more information and to register your interest for the 2018 STAY Symposium

Previous STAY Symposia