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.

Join a focus group to co-create an inclusive teaching resource for staff

Contribute your ideas, perspectives and expertise to the development of a staff resource to support inclusive teaching at MQ.

/ 5 April, 2022

Central courtyard upgraded for Zoom teaching

Technology upgrade set to make blended synchronous teaching in 1CC easier

/ 30 March, 2022

Introducing the SoTL Seminar Series: to promote and support research into learning & teaching at MQ

Part seminar, part workshop - showcasing different ways of approaching the scholarship of learning & teaching.

/ 22 March, 2022

Come as you are to the April Learning and Teaching Podcast Discussion Club

You don't need to have listened to the podcast in advance.

/ 17 March, 2022

Your opportunity to observe Macquarie’s teaching – and teachers – in action!

Open for Observation: Experienced educators across the university are opening their classes for teaching & learning support colleagues to observe and learn.

/ 13 March, 2022

Spotlight on practice: Filling condoms with frozen peas … and other ideas for learning – Kelly Gray 

Kelly Gray (Health Sciences) has invested hours experimenting with synchronous and asynchronous activities to find out what works for her students' learning.

/ 9 March, 2022

Drop In And Draft sessions for Course Reaccreditation – now open through April & May

Are you putting together submissions for course reaccreditation? You are invited to ‘drop-in’ to these Zoom sessions for some dedicated drafting and discussion time.

/ 22 February, 2022

Knock-knock! Will you open the door to your classroom?

There's staff lining up ready to observe teaching practice.

/ 8 February, 2022