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.

Experienced teachers set to open their doors

Providing you with a unique opportunity to observe teaching in action

/ 13 September, 2021

Summative peer review of teaching: acknowledging your feedback and the way forward

Find out what was said in response to the discussion paper and what happens next

/ 7 September, 2021

New to Zoom teaching at Macquarie? Here’s a quick start guide.

First time teaching online at Macquarie? Here is a quick start guide to getting up and running with Zoom!

/ 3 September, 2021

Spotlight on practice: Staying on your toes through changing times – Jon Burtt

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.

/ 26 August, 2021

Enhance your online teaching skills

Get personalised support for your online teaching project

/ 19 August, 2021

Tried and Tested: tips for online teaching from MQ teachers

Straight from the horse’s mouth: the teaching and leadership community reveal what works for them.

/ 3 August, 2021

Here we are again – back teaching in front of the camera!

Get some practical tips for teaching whilst the camera is running!

/ 30 July, 2021

Interested in professional development for teaching? We’ve got you covered!

Workshops, training, programs, resources, communities of practice available for you in Session 2.

/ 8 July, 2021

Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching: MOOC now open for S2

It's free, self-paced and highly recommended for anyone in their first few years of university teaching.

/ 11 June, 2021