This form will register new and returning participants.
The information on this form will be used by the Centre for Teaching and Learning to provide you with information regarding your registration. This form is hosted by Google and the information you provide is being transmitted to their servers in other countries and will be subject to the policy and laws of the hosting country. This data is used by the CTL to track your progress through the program before official records are submitted to Banner. In Google, for tracking purposes, we include you first name, last name, and your record of progress through ETaL. If you prefer not to submit information through Google, please email CTL@rdc.ab.ca
Normally, faculty are able to complete the program in 3 years. Alternate options are available:
1) Standard Pattern of 3 Years with 3 Modules per Year and Capstone in Year 3
2) Fast-Track Completion in 2 1/2 years
3) Part-Time Completion in up to 5 Years
We encourage you to discuss with your Year Facilitator the best pathway to graduation for you.
1) The Delivery Method for ETaL involves required face-to-face seminars and online components.
2) Online components are completed in Blackboard.
3) Scheduling: All face-to-face seminars for ETaL Modules have been scheduled to correspond to faculty constraint times on Friday afternoons (please see exact dates when registering for specific Modules).
4) Attendance: attendance is required at all Initial Seminars, online collaborate Seminars (Module 3 only), and Wrap Seminars.
5) Pre-Requisites: the Pre-Module and Module 1 are Pre-Requisite Modules.
6) Modules 2-6 do not need to be completed in numerical order. Please note: the CTL would recommend completing some Modules back-to-back due to related and laddered content (e.g. Modules 1 & 2; Modules 5 & 6). Module 6 should be left to Year 2 of the program.
1) Each Module (course) will take approximately 12-15 hours over 4 weeks to complete.
2) Each Module has several assignments (e.g. journal assignments, discussion boards, application to teaching assignments, video creation assignments). These assignments are module-specific and are designed to meet the Learning Outcomes for each module.
3) In year 3, the Capstone is a self-directed project involving a personal investigation into teaching and learning. Through the Capstone, participants also re-evaluate their teaching philosophies and reflect on their learning.
4) Completion of all Assignments is a condition for successful completion. Participants may be asked to redo assignments or provide further clarification. Assignments are "graded" as Complete/Incomplete.
5) All assignments must be completed prior to each Module's final Seminar.
6) All assignments are submitted through an ePortfolio and faculty are supported in the Pre-Module in creating a personal ePortfolio.
1) PLR is granted based on evidence submitted by the individual faculty member and assessed by the Facilitator.
2) The Pre-Module and Module 1 are not eligible for PLR.
3) All other Modules (Modules 2-6) and the Capstone are eligible for PLR.
4) All faculty are encouraged to seek Prior Learning Recognition (PLR) and consult the CTL about PLR opportunities.