Grenfell’s Teaching Committee is working to foster a culture of the teaching, teaching development, use of educational technology and curriculum design. The committee consists of faculty members representing Grenfell’s four schools and is motivated by the need to offer learning in innovative and creative ways.
Creative Classrooms is a showcase of excellence in teaching that demonstrated innovation in teaching techniques and projects. These are stories of these professors and their efforts to motivate, inspire and educate their students.
Nursing 4100: Advanced skills and concepts
Case studies are an important part of learning to become a nurse [read more...]
History/Folklore 4480: Oral history
Dr. Rainer Baehre of Grenfell's
historical studies program fears that too many important stories and too
much historical information will be lost if oral histories are not
preserved. [read more...]
Dr. Julie Sircom has noticed something about the way students study – they don’t use their textbooks effectively. [ read more..]
More and more, libraries are transforming, evolving from repositories of information to hands-on resources for in-class instruction. [read more...]
Theater 4001: Theatre Institute at Harlow
The annual trip to Memorial's campus in England is a real eye opener for students in Grenfell's Technical Theatre Production (TTP) stream. [read more...]
Biology of Vertebrates (Biology 2210)
It’s one thing to learn about vertebrates by reading about them; it’s another thing to study the animals living in our backyard. [read more...]
Visual Arts 3929: Extended Site
Who could ask for a better classroom than Gros Morne National Park?
Students in D'Arcy Wilson's Visual Arts 3929 course had the opportunity to learn and explore far beyond the studios of Grenfell Campus's Fine Arts Building.