Academic Instructional Skills Program (AISP)
The Academic Instructional Skills Program (AISP) is for faculty, graduate students and postdocs who are currently teaching at UPEI or who are interested in teaching at a post-secondary level in the future. The program provides you an opportunity to develop evidence-based teaching expertise and skills that are relevant across disciplines in postsecondary education. For more details and to self-enroll, visit the AISP page.
Teaching Assistant Badge
- This badge is designed for undergraduate and graduate students working as teaching or lab assistants who are going to be interacting with students in a course or lab setting. This badge is in development and should be available for Fall 2022.
4 Seasons of Reconciliation
- As part of the University's ongoing commitment to building capacity and learning related to Truth and Reconciliation, the Office of the Vice President Academic and Research with the support of Corinne Chappell (Advisor to the Vice-President Academic and Research on Indigenous Affairs) and the E-Learning Office offers a new resource to support Indigenization and reconciliation. The 4 Seasons of Reconciliation is a self-directed online educational learning resource that addresses core essentials such as the colonial lens of history, anti-racism, Residential Schools, UNDRIP, the TRC and Indigenous innovations and contributions. It presents interactive learning through a mix of media including films, slideshows, interviews, and quizzes. The goal of this resource is to support faculty and staff learning and diversity and inclusion awareness through education. Once you complete the course you can download a certificate of completion. To self-enroll in this course, visit the 4 Seasons of Reconciliation Moodle course.