Month: February 2024

Academic mentoring

Mentoring relationships are invaluable for professional development. The Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching MOOC offers a wealth of resources to support mentors and mentees.

/ 28 February, 2024

Including Indigenous perspectives across the curriculum

Practical advice and guidance to ensure you have the skills and resources to support meaningful inclusion of Indigenous perspectives in your unit.

/ 28 February, 2024

Equipping staff with AI automation skills to streamline marking and feedback

A project in the Department of Actuarial Studies and Business Analytics brings the benefits of AI automated assessment and feedback to the teaching staff who need it most – sessional staff! (But you might like to try it too)

/ 26 February, 2024

Spotlight on practice: speed dating, electric guitars and goosebumps in accounting – Nandini Krishna Kumar

Nandini Kumar set out to bust the myth that accounting is a boring subject. Here’s how she connects with her students to make learning fun.

/ 23 February, 2024

Teaching and Leadership Community of Practice unpacks the hot topics

Demonstrating that collaboration, collegiality – and community – works for supporting teaching – and teachers.

/ 23 February, 2024

Small changes – big impacts: learnings from neurodivergence action research

Neurodivergent students face many learning challenges at university - however small changes to how your unit is taught can make a big difference.

/ 20 February, 2024

Peer review of teaching…anyone?

The Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching MOOC explores the role of formative peer review in continuous professional development and learning.

/ 15 February, 2024

If you love to talk about learning & teaching – join the club!

The Learning & Teaching Podcast Discussion Club is where you can engage with other MQ colleagues to exchange ideas and experiences.

/ 13 February, 2024