Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

Degrees of opportunity

Includes bibliographical references (p. 34-37). Subject(s): Technical institutes - Ontario, Educational equalization - Ontario, Educational planning - Ontario, Higher education and state - Ontario, Education, Higher - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Aug. 11, 2009.

Developing teaching assistants as members of the university teaching team

Includes bibliographical references. 'This study examined the influence of two teaching assistant (TA) models - the Advanced University Teaching Preparation Certificate (AUTP), offered by the University of Toronto's Teaching Assistants' Training Program (TATP), Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation, and the Writing Instruction for TAs (WIT) Program, offered in the Faculty of Arts & Science'--Executive summary. Subject(s): Teachers' assistants - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Sept. 27, 2013.

Differentiated evaluation

Includes bibliographical references. 'This paper presents the findings from a research study on the implementation of an alternative evaluation strategy into a third-year class, which changed the learning environment by allowing students to choose how they would be evaluated. The specific objective of the study was to determine if the implementation of this evaluation strategy would improve student engagement, the quality of the learning experience and address challenges associated with increased diversity in student capabilities.'--Executive Summary.

Differentiated evaluation. Appendicies.

Includes bibliographical references. 'This paper presents the findings from a research study on the implementation of an alternative evaluation strategy into a third-year class, which changed the learning environment by allowing students to choose how they would be evaluated. The specific objective of the study was to determine if the implementation of this evaluation strategy would improve student engagement, the quality of the learning experience and address challenges associated with increased diversity in student capabilities.'--Executive Summary.

Disability in Ontario

Includes bibliographical references. '... a summary of HEQCO research on students with disabilities in Ontario, focusing on their participation and attainment rates, transition and in-school experiences, and labour market outcomes. ... Research shows that more students with disabilities are going to PSE and are choosing college over university. Yet, students with disabilities are less likely to graduate and often take longer to complete their education. They are also more likely to drop out of high school, according to a study by the Toronto District School Board.

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