Five core principles
We thrive in teaching and learning when we realize our potential as specialists, community members, change-makers and thoughtful citizens in a complex world.
Engage with the world
Teaching and learning must adapt to a wide variety of meeting places (virtual, multimodal and face-to-face classrooms, teaching labs, design labs, large-scale lectures, research teams, one-to-one meetings, off-campus internships, etc.).
Roles and responsibilities in teaching and learning are rooted in interpersonal relationships that require reciprocity and respect.
Act with purpose
Acting with intention is essential to making a significant contribution to teaching and learning practices.
Reflect on experience
By facing up to problems, pooling our ideas and viewpoints, devising solutions and thinking together about change, we create the conditions for learning, evolving and building community.