All posts by L&T Development

The Learning and Teaching Staff Development team works with staff across the University to ensure they are supported to facilitate quality learning for students. This includes offering professional development, contributing to curriculum and assessment design, recognising and rewarding good practice, supporting peer review of teaching, and leading scholarly reflection. Email professional.learning@mq.edu.au with questions or requests.

Wrapping up a lively year for the teaching and leadership community

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

/ 22 November, 2021

Spotlight on practice: What’s lost – and found – when teaching online – Sarah Powell

Sarah Powell (Education) reflects on the exhilarating, exhausting experience of teaching music education online - and what elements of learning and teaching in-person have to be left behind.

/ 22 November, 2021

Peer into the portal for teaching development resources

Articles, tips, guides (and more) to support the Professional Learning and Capability Enhancement (PLaCE) framework

/ 22 November, 2021
Graphical Rubrics

Donate your rubrics

We're holding a donation drive for resources to put in our new teaching resource repository. First on our list - rubrics! Here's how you can donate to this worthy cause.

/ 4 November, 2021

Spotlight on practice: Approaching teaching with the engineer’s mindset – Rex di Bona

Rex di Bona (School of Engineering) on approaching university learning and teaching as a series of interesting problems - and solutions!

/ 1 November, 2021

Two good reasons to join the teaching & leadership community of practice now

Our final two events for 2021: What does leadership in L&T look like? What capabilities make an emotionally intelligent leader?

/ 26 October, 2021

AV upgrades coming soon to central courtyard teaching spaces, thanks for your feedback!

Find out what’s being actioned for next session in response to staff feedback.

/ 21 October, 2021

What works, what doesn’t – for iLearn quizzes

Advice from the university's learning designers, analysts, developers, and technologists about how to design and manage quizzes in iLearn.

/ 5 October, 2021