Teaching and Training
- Follow the core legislated and mandatory trainings
- Learn about the Emergency procedures
- Understand the laws and read the guidelines applicable to your functions.
Use Ventus for accommodation management
- File an online Notice of Examination for each course and section, indicating the dates of mid‐term exams, quizzes and other in‐class evaluations.
- Provide the Access Service with exam copies: When a student with accommodation needs is registered in a course, you receive an automatic message indicating the deadline for providing the Access Service with copies of your exams and other tests or assignments.
Requesting an accommodation
Material on inclusive pedagogy
- Introduction to Inclusive Teaching Practices (PDF)
- Implementation Checklist for Inclusive Teaching Practices (PDF)
- Universal Design for Learning Guidelines (PDF)
- Minimizing the Impact of Learning Obstacles (Access Service Guide) (PDF)
- Testimony of Maia and Maia's transcript of testimony (Video) (Transcript)
- Testimony of Celeste and Celeste’s transcript of testimony (Video) (Transcript)
Student mental illness: Recognize, Respond and Refer
In the three step training Recognize, Respond and Refer you will learn about the following:
- Recognizing indicators of mental illness
- Responding in a way that is appropriate to the indicators and the relationship you have with the student
- Referrals to the appropriate services for students
Helping Students in Distress
Dr. Mike Condra is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry at Queen’s University and the Director of the Department of Health, Counseling, and Disability Services. In this video, he describes some of the most common mental health problems at universities, the nature and impact of mental illness, best practices for identifying and responding to mental health challenges, and opportunities to reduce stigma.
Helping Students in Distress (external link)
Recruitment and supervision
Supervising research/teaching assistants
Employers are required to meet the accommodation needs of employees with disabilities to the point of undue hardship. Read the following sections in the Employment guidelines: