TFAC050 Instructional Skills Workshop


Course Description

The Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) is a three-day face-to-face course focused on developing and reinvigorating teaching skills for face-to-face learning. ISW is a participatory workshop that affirms the instructional techniques you already do well, while encouraging you to take risks and try more.

You will learn and practice effective teaching skills to create an active and engaging learning environment for your students. You will see innovative activities modeled by facilitators and other participants. You will facilitate three ten-minute “mini-lessons”, give and receive peer feedback, and learn from others’ examples.

Please note that our ISW includes a self-paced online learning module of preparatory learning (approx. 5 hours) that all participants are expected to complete before Day 1.


Learner Outcomes

  • Give and receive effective, appreciative feedback to improve each other’s teaching
  • Develop lesson plans that support and guide the use of participatory instructional strategies and techniques
  • Effectively use a variety of instructional strategies and techniques
  • Facilitate participatory learning experiences
  • Understand adult learning preferences and diversity
  • Incorporate elements of the RRU Learning and Teaching model or other organizational or institutional teaching and learning frameworks into teaching practice
  • Engage in reflective practice



Time requirement: Each of the three days is an intensive seven-hour day. Participants must attend all three days in their entirety to complete the workshop. Participants should also expect to spend some time for preparation prior to each day.

For RRU Faculty and Staff: This course is available at no cost for RRU core faculty, associate faculty, and staff. If you are RRU core faculty, associate faculty, or staff, please contact for a discount code.

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Section Title
Instructional Skills Workshop
W, Th, F
9:00AM to 4:30PM
Aug 14, 2024 to Aug 16, 2024
Schedule and Location Requirements
Contact Hours
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Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $795.00
Section Notes
Course Drop or Withdrawal
A course drop or withdrawal can be requested by students through the Student Portal. Deadline dates for each noted below:
   Drop Deadline: Aug 13, 2024
   Withdrawal Deadline: Aug 15, 2024
Course Transfer
Students wishing to transfer sections or courses should contact PCS directly for support.

All drops, withdrawals and transfers are subject to the applicable Refund Policy.
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