Teaching

Professor Ascough wins prestigious innovative teaching award

Moving away from the traditional style of teaching to an interactive classroom, Professor and Director of the School of Religion Richard Ascough is a firm believer in trial and error.Continue...

Wake up, traditional lectures are dozing off

Getting the most out of my lectures — some of the time, just staying awake — has been the most impassable obstacle I’ve encountered at Queen’s so far.

When the first universities were...Continue...

Face-to-face learning doesn't need replacing

It’s easy to get distracted by fancy gadgets and the convenience of online resources, but face-to-face learning is more effective.Continue...

Creative Expressions: art as a tool to teach

For the next month, Queen’s campus is home to Creative Expressions, an exhibition that collapses the walls of the classroom into the world of visual art.Continue...