January 2018 Blended ITL Registration
The Centre for Teaching and Learning is pleased to provide new faculty with an opportunity to explore teaching and learning in the RDC context as we welcome you to the College.

This form will allow you to register for the Introduction to Teaching and Learning (ITL) Program. If you have questions about the program, please contact the CTL (CTL@rdc.ab.ca). Your Associate Dean will have discussed ITL with you as part of the hiring process.

The information on this form will be used by the Centre for Teaching & Learning in order to provide you with information regarding your Introduction to Teaching and Learning program registration. The demographic information is used to tailor the ITL program to participants' needs and levels of experience. The information will be protected in compliance with the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act of Alberta.

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Introduction to Teaching and Learning
The Introduction to Teaching and Learning at RDC program (ITL) gives new faculty the opportunity to explore the teaching and learning context of RDC in a supportive peer-based environment. This opportunity is provided to all new faculty.

ITL introduces faculty who are new to Red Deer College to Teaching and Learning at RDC and to provide a supportive environment for discussion, self-reflection, and application. The goal of ITL is to help new faculty prepare for teaching at RDC by giving them just-in-time support and guidance prior to the start of classes or early in the term. ITL also provides a support network for new faculty throughout their first year at RDC with follow-up meetings.

ITL is open to all faculty who are new to RDC and we welcome part-time, sessional, and probationary continuous faculty into ITL. ITL in January 2018 is being offered as a blended program (see Glossary, in the emailed Schedule, for terminology). Attendance for all ITL sessions (whether online or on campus, face-to-face) and completion of all assignments are required for successful program completion. Upon completion of all components, faculty receive a Certificate of Completion. ITL may be required for some faculty as part of their contracts; if you are unsure about the requirement for ITL, please consult with your Associate Dean.

Attendance for all ITL sessions (whether online or on campus, face-to-face) and completion of all assignments are required for successful program completion. Upon completion of all components, faculty receive a Certificate of Completion.

Please use this form to register for ITL. You will receive more information by email.

ITL may be required by your Department or School. In January 2018, we are offering one (1) section of ITL in a blended (online and face-to-face) delivery method.

Please note, there is a minimum enrollment of 8 participants in order for ITL to run. If the minimum enrollment is not met, the sections are subject to change.

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