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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.

Using case studies in the classroom – a workshop to build teaching capabilities

This workshop, open to all MQ academic staff, is offered by MQBS and focuses on the use of case studies in the classroom.

/ 16 November, 2020
Yi Li. Photo by Mike Catabay for TECHE

Spotlight on practice: Community-centered teaching and learning – Yi Li

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.

/ 12 November, 2020

Exploring mixed mode teaching delivery

A free cross-institutional community of interest event hosted by UTS

/ 12 November, 2020

Network with higher education researchers

The #HE Scholars Research Network connects and supports higher education researchers across Sydney-based universities. Next meeting 27 November.

/ 5 November, 2020

Resilience, re-imagining and recovery: A virtual CAULLT conference

Presentations (including 2 from MQ) on reimagining assessment in the wake of COVID.

/ 5 November, 2020

A community of practice for teaching and leadership

An invitation to join a network for the Teaching and Leadership job family.

/ 4 November, 2020
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Spotlight on practice: How I teach now – Janet Dutton

Janet Dutton (Education) on how she and her teaching team work to model best practice in online learning for her Master of Teaching students.

/ 2 November, 2020

Beginning to Teach program hits the mark with participants

One hundred per cent of participants said they would recommend this program to their ‘new to teaching’ colleagues. Here’s why.

/ 23 October, 2020

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.

/ 16 October, 2020