Educational leadership and mentorship

The Mentorship Guide for Teaching and Learning

Presented by the University of Calgary Teaching AcademyThe Mentorship Guide for Teaching and Learning provides a practical framework to inspire and enrich new mentoring relationships for teaching development in higher education.  

Teaching squares: Observe and reflect on teaching and learning

This guide outlines the Teaching Squares philosophy and method for peer observation of teaching and learning. The guide can be used or adapted to implement a teaching square with peers in your context.  

Significant conversations in academic microcultures

Katarina Mårtensson, a researcher and academic developer from Lund University, Sweden, talks about the role of academic microcultures in developing teaching and learning cultures at research-intensive universities.

Writing an educational leadership philosophy statement

Developing an educational leadership philosophy statement provides an opportunity for individuals to reflect on their own leadership beliefs and activities.