Introducing Teche LongReads, a new series of longer articles exploring learning and teaching practice. In this interview, Jon Burtt explains the connections between his creative, professional, and teaching practice.
Janet Dutton (School of Education) shares how she plans for online learning in the Master of Teaching course.
Fay Hadley (Education) delves into the nitty gritty of bringing students together online and what an authentic ‘online presence’ means for her teaching practice.
Yi Li (Marketing) demonstrates marketing philosophy in her teaching practice, explaining how she creates a solid online community through a 'consumer-centric' approach to teaching.
Janet Dutton (Education) on how she and her teaching team work to model best practice in online learning for her Master of Teaching students.
Spotlight on practice: Just have a go! Navigating expectations and ‘ticking off’ student participation in online learning – Andrew Burke
Andrew Burke (Law) shares how he adapted (but didn’t lower) his expectations around participation and how practice makes perfect – or at least much more comfortable - when it comes to teaching on Zoom.
Zara Bending (Law) talks about the opportunities provided by the move to online learning and how she uses her communication 'superpower'!
Nathan Hart (Biology) shares his intensive approach to student communication this year and his own learnings about iLearn – in-between filming experiments on crickets on his kitchen table.
Spotlight on practice – The essentials of online learning: flexibility, genuine care … and a cat – Phil Chappell
Phil Chappell (Linguistics) tells of the importance of showing genuine concern for students and how he redesigned his unit to handle any situation!