TEACHING FELLOWS

The Visiting Teaching Fellows Program at Quest University Canada offers recent Ph.D.’s the opportunity to teach small, intensive seminar-style courses on the block system. (The block system is a one-course-at-a-time model in which a particular course is taught 3 hours per day, 5 days per week, for three and a half weeks). The program encourages scholars to develop and refine effective teaching strategies in an environment that encourages collaboration and reflection across disciplinary boundaries. Fellows receive a nine-month appointment (August 1 – May 1) to teach six introductory courses in Quest’s innovative curriculum, with an option to renew for a second 9-month contract based on satisfactory performance.

 


 

Currently, we do not have any Visiting Teaching Fellows positions available.

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