Introducing… Alexandra King I’m in my second year of a Bachelor of Education (Secondary) and a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in English and minoring in Modern History. I’m passionate about social justice and human rights issues, and I love getting...
Faculty of Human Sciences 2018 Dean’s Awards Applications are now open Awards GIF from Awards GIFs The Dean’s awards recognise and reward excellence in learning and teaching in our Faculty. There are 3 award categories: Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence...
Check out the Academic Senate's top 5 topics from its recent meeting- Vertical Double Degrees, Master of Research (MRes) updates, Fitness to Practice procedure, Assessment, Unit Guide and Grade Appeal Policy Reviews and welcome to Co-opted Student Senators.
Get to know Susan Vickery, Associate University Librarian - how she loves connecting, her hugely diverse workload and how she likes to wind down.
Alison Maloney, Echo360's Learning Technologist, has written some interesting articles about research on lecture capture, development of digital literacy and the power of video as a tool for learning.
EmployABILITY thinking engages students in their cognitive and social development as capable and informed individuals, professionals and social citizens.
Is random allocation or allowing students to pick their own groups best? Or do you use a different method? It's important to understand, and make clear to students, what you are actually trying to achieve with groupwork.