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STLHE is a proud sponsor of three unique national awards for excellence in teaching, leadership, collaboration and achievement. These three awards include the 3M National Teaching Fellowships for teaching excellence and educational leadership; the Alan Blizzard award for collaboration in teaching; and the Christopher Knapper Lifetime Achievement Award representing significant contributions to teaching, learning and educational development in Canadian higher education.
3M Canada began collaborating with the Society in 1986 with the creation of the 3M National Teaching Fellowships. These awards recognize teaching excellence and educational leadership.
The company currently publishes eleven higher education newsletters including The Teaching Professor, manages numerous online seminars, and holds in-person conferences
The Educational Developers Caucus (EDC) five-year plan (2005-2010) calls for new efforts to enhance critical reflection, inquiry, and communication about educational development practice within the EDC community.
The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) and Desire2Learn Incorporated (Desire2Learn) invite submissions for the 2012 inaugural Desire2Learn Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning.
For many years, 3M Canada has funded scholarships and awards for undergraduates in universities and college across Canada and in 2011, 3M added a student fellowship using the long-standing 3M National Teaching Fellowship for university […]
The College Sector Educator Award recognizes individuals at Canadian colleges and equivalent institutions (polytechnics, cégeps, institutes, etc.). The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) invite submissions for this prestigious award to celebrate […]
The Pat Rogers award was established in 2008 to encourage innovative and effective poster presentations during the STLHE annual conference. The award honours Pat Rogers, past president of STLHE(1995 to 2000). Aarthi Ashok, Lecturer […]