Pronounced “teach,” our name comes from Macquarie University’s motto ‘And Gladly Teche’, a quote from Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
Teche is Macquarie University’s Learning and Teaching community blog: for the people, by the people.
The blog contains news, resources, notices, stories, and opinion pieces of interest to our learning and teaching community.
Have you got a story for us?
We welcome all contributions from staff and students of Macquarie that have a particular focus on pedagogical professional development. Please check out our Guide for Teche Authors and email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to publish.
Meet the Editorial team
Teche editorial is run collaboratively by the Learning Innovation Hub, the faculties, the Library, and various offices and units:
|Mike Catabay, Alana Mailey||Teche Team – LIH|
|Bettina Pfaender, Sonia Saddiqui, Gai Ramesh||Faculty of Arts|
|Kylie Coaldrake, Alexandra Thackray||Faculty of Human Sciences|
|Sherrie Love, Lyn Collins||Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Natalie Spence||Faculty of Science and Engineering|
|Abigail Baker, Alana Hadfield, Jenny Bremner||Library|
|Caroline Reid||Global Leadership Program|
|Alex Swain, Jennifer Gili||Walanga Muru|
|Alison Hayward, Karina Luzia||Learning Innovation Hub|
|Caroline Morison||Widening Participation|