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  • Three classroom evaluations and diagnostic feedback
  • Three competency/dossier meetings per academic year
  • Prearranged/scheduled dossier checks to measure competency
  • Summative, written, evaluation of teaching dossier and competencies
  • Written and verbal feedback of classroom audits
  • Flexible availability to support faculty member
  • Liaise with program coordinator
  • Attend community building social events
  • Attend a 1 day mini-institute  (Please note that attendance at the institute is essential)

The ideal candidate should

  • Possess a strong grounding in pedagogy i.e. university teaching experience (10+ years teaching), or a B. Ed. and some university teaching experience, or have been recognized with a University wide teaching award (Stanton, Saunderson)
  • Have a commitment to quality teaching and a desire to share teaching experience and knowledge
  • Be in a continuing or tenured position at the university
  • Possess an understanding of the University of Manitoba working landscape
  • Be able to maintain the role of mentor for two years or through to the completion of the candidate’s program (no more than three years)

If interested, please provide

  • A letter of interest (a one page statement of why you would like to be a mentor)
  • A written letter of support from the Dean or Associate Dean or Department Head or Colleague of your faculty attesting to your teaching experience

Contact us

The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
65 Dafoe Road, Winnipeg, MB
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada