Educational Developers Special Interest Group (EdDev SIG)

SALTISE has built a powerful community of educators with the common interest of enhancing practice and sharing expertise. To further this collaboration, a Special Interest Group of Educational Developers (instructional designers, pedagogical councillors, curriculum specialists, etc.) has been established with the goal of creating a dynamic network of educational specialists in higher education.

More about EdDev SIG


Big Plans for Big Classes

McGill University joins the AAU-STEM Education Network with a project to redesign large freshman classes

International Students as Partners Institute

McMaster University – Paul R. MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation, & Excellence in Teaching & Learning

The Peer Collaboration Network, University of Windsor

Faculty development & teaching practices

Revising University of Oregon's Teaching Evaluations

Course surveys, student feedback, self reflection & peer review

Guide for Providing Evidence of Teaching, University of Calgary

Teaching and supporting learning, supervision and mentorship

Developing a Learning Culture: A Framework for the Growth of Teaching Expertise

Development of teaching expertise, structure of the framework


Carol Hawthorne

Carol Hawthorne

Concordia University, Montreal

Maria Orjuela-Laverde

Maria Orjuela-Laverde

McGill University, Montreal