The NEW Pedagogy Lunch Series provides an opportunity for instructors, TAs and other interested New College members to come together to network and reflect on our pedagogical practices.

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In this session on supporting academic integrity, led by James Corcoran, Research Officer at the International Foundation Program, we will critically reflect on pedagogical approaches for supporting our students’ awareness of and adherence to academic integrity policies at the University of Toronto. The main objective of this session is to enhance — through discussion and dialogue — our collective ability to adapt our educational practices to best support our increasingly diverse student population.

To participate in this session, please be prepared to share how you attempt to support students in your current role(s) at New College. Feel free to bring copies of syllabi, information sheets or any other documents you employ for the purposes of educating students on academic integrity.

A light lunch will be provided.

To register for the lunch please contact June Larkin by Tuesday, April 10.

Hope to see you April 13th! 

June Larkin, Equity Studies and Women and Gender Studies

Bill Ju, Human Biology

Anne McGuire, Equity Studies


When: Friday, April 13, 12 – 2 PM

Where: Wilson Hall, Room 2007D, 40 Willcocks Street

Who: Anyone interested in reflecting on pedagogical practices


Date: April 13th, 2018
Start Time: 12:00pm